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Canada will overturn ‘unlimited’ Internet decision, if CRTC doesn’t

Written on:February 3, 2011
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The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications commissions (CRTC) recently passed a bill that would allow for Bell and Rogers to charge companies who lease from them on a per-byte basis. The bill forced the smaller companies to revise their service plans, effectively ending ‘unlimited’ bandwidth plans in Canada.

In recent developments, the…



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