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Quebecor says it cut gig speeds due to new wholesale rates

News | 11/07/2019 5:12 pm EST
Quebecor's Montreal headquarters in August 2019./ Photo by Anja Karadeglija.

Quebecor Inc. executives confirmed on Thursday that its previously unexplained move to withdraw its gigabit internet offering was due to the CRTC’s decision to slash the wholesale rate at which resellers purchase bandwidth from incumbents. 

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