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‘Many’ ISPs could shut down due to wholesale regime: CNOC

News | 01/17/2019 4:34 pm EST
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Small, wholesale-based internet service providers could be forced out of business within the next few years due to the CRTC’s disaggregated wholesale regime, the Canadian Network Operators’ Consortium (CNOC) is telling the panel in charge of reviewing Canada’s broadcasting and telecom laws.

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