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Beanfield wants CRTC to expand scope in Toronto MDU proceeding

News | 04/19/2022 4:41 pm EDT
Rogers Communications Inc. is asking the CRTC to give it access to an MDU at 70 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, ON. (Image via Google Maps)

In replies to one of a number of disputes before the CRTC about access to in-building wires in multi-dwelling units (MDUs), the internet service provider Beanfield Technologies Inc. has asked the regulator to expand its inquiry to investigate why such exclusivity arrangements have been signed in the first place. 

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