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CRTC To Allow Usage-Based Billing

October 30th, 2010 10:12 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Idiomatick writes “The CRTC ruled in favor this week for usage-based billing. Bell Canada was given a monopoly on lines in Canada, in exchange they were made to resell to competitors at cost in order to have a functional market. The new CRTC ruling will allow Bell to charge their competitors more money based on individual customer usage. They are now able to implement a 60GB cap on a competitor’s highest speed lines (charging $1.12/GB for overages). The effect on the market seems clear.”

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