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Report dismisses claims Canada lags in broadband

A report funded by phone and cable companies says Canada isn't doing as bad as some studies say. However, an industry analyst says the real issue is lack of competition

CRTC looks at VoIP regulation

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is ramping up the VoIP debate, suggesting that local VoIP phone service should face the same rules as does plain old telephone service.

Telcos ask for more time with CRTC VoIP regulation

Canadian telcos have joined forces, filing a letter to the Canada Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) requesting a longer public debate over pending voice over IP (VoIP) regulations.

Call-Net proposes more reforms

Sprint Canada Inc. subsidiary Call-Net Enterprises Inc. on Thursday filed an application with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunication Commission (CRTC), offering various proposals to improve competition in the local residential telecom market.

Stefan Dubowski: Enterprise wins battle of local voice

So it looks like the incumbents have won. Aliant Inc., Bell Canada Ltd. and Telus Corp. still stand strong.

New tiered pricing comes to broadband

Looking to win over cost-conscious consumers, cable broadband providers are rolling out tiered pricing plans that offer faster-than-dialup connections for as little as US$25 a month.

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