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Bell says CRTC should leave dispute with competitive pay-telephone service provider to the courts

News | 12/07/2021 5:05 pm EST
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BCE Inc. is arguing to the CRTC that it has correctly implemented a 2019 decision which stipulated that the incumbent must pay an Ontario-based pay-telephone owner and competitive pay-telephone service provider (CPTSP) $0.25 per toll-free call made over Bell Canada-provided business lines to support retail pay telephone service, and therefore, it does not owe any more money.

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