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CloudWifi decision stands, but other ISPs must wait for access

News | 12/17/2019 1:54 pm EST
The building at the centre of the dispute between Cloudwifi and Bell, at 10 Northtown Way, Toronto, resulting in the CRT'C 2021 fibre in-building wire decision. (photo via Royal York Property Management.)

In an ongoing dispute between BCE Inc. and CloudWifi Inc. over whether Internet service providers like CloudWifi should have access to Bell’s wiring in multi-dwelling units, the CRTC Monday upheld the principle of its decision from June, but acquiesced to part of Bell’s review-and-vary request and initiated a new tariff proceeding on ISP access to incumbent MDU infrastructure. 

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