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Iristel fights traffic stimulation finding, proposed $1.25M fine

News | 09/08/2020 4:51 pm EDT
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Iristel Inc. says the CRTC wrongly determined it was stimulating traffic to the 867 area code and “fundamentally misunderstood” the role of a tariffed rate it significantly reduced in a bid to stop the practice, the company has argued in a review-and-vary application.

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