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High interim tariffs, logistics still mire disaggregated system

News | 08/31/2017 5:13 pm EDT
The CRTC set interim monthly FTTP access rates under the new disaggregated system. /Photo via CRTC

The CRTC’s goal of fuelling wireline competition by jumpstarting the industry’s rollout of the disaggregated wholesale regime Tuesday will be constrained if interim access fees remain high and if the issue of how small providers will connect to fibre facilities is not addressed, representatives of small providers say.

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