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New aggregated wholesale rates ‘fair,’ ‘reasonable’: smaller ISPs

News | 08/15/2019 6:16 pm EDT
The CRTC headquarters at the Terrasses de la Chaudière complex in Gatineau, Que.

Wholesale-based ISPs are praising a decision by the CRTC to lower the rates they pay for wholesale access under the aggregated regime, though whether the regulator will issue a similar decision for fibre-to-the-home networks remains to be seen.

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