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Canada CRTC Rules Against Usage Based Billing

iONiUM (530420) writes | more than 2 years ago

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iONiUM writes "In a somewhat surprising end to the ongoing fight between large ISPs (a duopoly in Canada), and independent ISPs, the CRTC has ruled in favour of the small ISPs. This means that independent ISPs can continue to have unlimited plans offered to customers. Score one for the citizens."
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