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CRTC denies Bell’s request to suspend in-building wire consultation

Briefs | 04/30/2020 4:01 pm EDT

A request by BCE Inc. to freeze the process to create an access regime for in-building wire in multi-dwelling units (MDUs) has been denied by the CRTC, in the latest development of Bell’s long-running dispute with Cloudwifi Inc. over use of its wiring.

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