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ITPA asks CRTC to compel release of limited customer data for NG911

News | 03/05/2021 5:15 pm EST

The Independent Telecommunications Providers Association (ITPA) is asking the CRTC to force  large telecom service providers to give the association a list of the wireless service numbers with billing addresses in geographic areas covered by the small incumbent local exchanges (SILECs) represented by the ITPA.

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