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Canadian internet users almost universally getting ISP’s advertised speeds

Briefs | 09/08/2020 5:11 pm EDT

In almost all cases, Canadian internet consumers are receiving service at speeds which either match or exceed those advertised, according to a report released Tuesday by the CRTC. 

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