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84% can access internet at basic service standard, only 11% do: CRTC

News | 11/09/2017 6:24 pm EST
84% can access internet at basic service standard, only 11% do: CRTC
The CRTC's annual Communications Monitoring Report, released Nov. 9, includes detailed statistics about the telecom and media sectors./ Screenshot via CRTC.

The CRTC’s annual Communications Monitoring Report, released in full Thursday, outlined that while Canadians are increasingly subscribing to faster internet service and more data, only 11 per cent of them subscribe to wireline plans that meet the CRTC’s minimum basic service standard.

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