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Fibre wire access scheme already exists, PIAC argues

News | 02/12/2020 5:46 pm EST
The CRTC's headquarters at the Terrasses de la Chaudière complex in Gatineau, Que./ Wire Report photo.

CloudWifi Inc.’s application for small internet service providers to be able to access fibre in-building wiring (IBW) until a new tariff is set is unnecessary because a system to do so already exists, the Public Interest Advocacy Centre has argued in an intervention. 

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