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TekSavvy’s wholesale appeal uses failed incumbent arguments from 2019: Bell

News | 08/09/2021 5:41 pm EDT
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TekSavvy Solutions Inc.‘s arguments in its June challenge to the CRTC’s final decision on wholesale internet access rates — that the CRTC breached its duty of procedural fairness in not conducting a thorough review of the new rates — are the same arguments made by incumbent telecom companies (and rejected by the Federal Court of Appeal) back in 2019, according to BCE Inc.

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