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BDUs raising TV rates for customers not covered by small basic rate is irrelevant: Bell

News | 03/01/2023 6:12 pm EST
(Stock photo via Pxhere).

BCE Inc. is arguing to the CRTC that it is irrelevant to consider whether a broadcasting distribution undertaking (BDU) might raise rates for customers who are not covered by the small basic rate constraint in its application to increase the price of basic television service.

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