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CTS panelists criticize asymmetrical fibre access regime, urge national approach

News | 06/20/2024 11:40 am EDT
CTS discusses road map to growth in telecom market despite challenges
A Canadian Telecom Summit 2024 banner stands in the lobby of The Westin Harbour Castle Conference Centre in Toronto, Ont. on June 18, 2024 (photo by Phalen Tynes-MacDonald).

Industry experts on the Canadian Telecom Summit’s “regulatory blockbuster” panel agreed that Canada’s wholesale fibre access regime should be applied on a national level, while voicing their concerns about incumbent telecoms accessing each other’s networks.

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