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bt

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Re: CNOC Files w/ CRTC Against Rogers

Decision is in:

»www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2013/2013-36.htm

Speed matching for non-aggregate: Denied

Not allowing a wholesale price increase for higher speeds if there's no retail price increase: Denied (but any cost increases do have to be based on a costing analysis)

Requiring access to optional higher upload speeds (ie: 45/7 instead of 45/4): Approved (aggregated only, where available to retail customers)


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said by bt:

Requiring access to optional higher upload speeds (ie: 45/7 instead of 45/4): Approved (aggregated only, where available to retail customers)

Very glad to note that they took my comments on 45/7 into account.

Rogers is now forced to file all optional speeds (and provide to wholesale), as well as file all future tariffs with upstream speeds included, so they can't pull this nonsense again.
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said by resa1983:

Rogers is now forced to file all optional speeds (and provide to wholesale), as well as file all future tariffs with upstream speeds included, so they can't pull this nonsense again.

What they also should be forced to do is file new tariffs ahead of their own speed upgrades, so when they release their upgrades, TPIA ISP's don't have to wait months for the tariffs to be approved.
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bt

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said by HiVolt:

said by resa1983:

Rogers is now forced to file all optional speeds (and provide to wholesale), as well as file all future tariffs with upstream speeds included, so they can't pull this nonsense again.

What they also should be forced to do is file new tariffs ahead of their own speed upgrades, so when they release their upgrades, TPIA ISP's don't have to wait months for the tariffs to be approved.

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Where a cost study has not been provided, rates for WHSA services at an existing lower speed would provide an appropriate interim rate for the new service speed.