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CRTC calls out Iristel, but says no new regs in traffic stimulation case

News | 12/20/2017 5:40 pm EST

In separate decisions on Wednesday, the CRTC ordered Iristel Inc. to cease the use of 867 area code numbers to connect callers to a Toronto-area radio station audio stream, but deemed BCE Inc.’s request for new regulations covering the practice of traffic stimulation unnecessary.  

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