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Don’t lift 100 Mbps wholesale speed cap: big telecoms

News | 01/08/2019 5:59 pm EST

Canada’s large internet service providers say granting the Canadian Network Operators Consortium (CNOC) request to lift the CRTC’s speed cap of 100 Mbps for wholesale internet would eliminate the motivation for providers to adopt its disaggregated wholesale regime.

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