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CanWISP worried ISED proposals will reduce rural connectivity

News | 12/01/2022 7:04 pm EST
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“Stringent” limitations proposed for the non-competitive licensing (NCL) spectrum framework means small rural internet service providers (ISPs) will “have to drastically reduce the number of rural Canadians they serve,” according to the Canadian Association of Wireless Internet Service Providers (CanWISP).  

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