Citing new direction from the governing Liberals to promote competition in wired internet services, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission is revisiting the fees it allows carriers like Bell and Rogers to charge small competitors for bulk access to their networks. While it gathers providers’ input, it’s instructed them to reduce the “traffic-sensitive” components of those charges by 10 per cent. (The Logic)
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