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CNOC says Rogers failing to comply with CRTC request 

Briefs | 05/11/2021 5:12 pm EDT

In an escalation of an ongoing fight over upgrades to a new modem, the Competitive Network Operators of Canada (CNOC) has accused Rogers Communications Inc. of failing to comply with a CRTC directive to confirm that it will continue to allow the installation of a particular type of modem for its third-party internet wholesale customers while a dispute over the modems is before the CRTC. 

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