In its first notable broadcasting decision under new chair Vicky Eatrides, the CRTC has dismissed a BCE Inc. undue preference complaint against Quebecor Inc. over the distribution of two services, VRAK and Z, and “encourages the parties to continue to work towards a resolution.”
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Wireless, internet and media lead to strong Bell fourth quarter
BCE Inc. released its fourth quarter results Thursday, reporting 330,743 net activations across various platforms. There were 122,621 postpaid and prepaid mobile phone connections, 104,447 mobile connected devices, 63,466 retail internet and 40,209 IPTV hook-ups. This all led to an increase of 46.6 per cent.
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CNOC calls for fibre resale relief in TekSavvy complaint against Rogers-Quebecor divestiture arrangement
The Competitive Network Operators of Canada has rowed in behind a Part 1 application from TekSavvy Solutions Inc., which alleges that the array of off-tariff agreements (OTAs) between Rogers Communications Inc. and Quebecor Inc. constitute a violation of the undue preference prohibitions in the Telecommunications Act.