North York, ON
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Re: CNOC speed matching decision due next week
said by londoner1:Its out already.
When is this decision expected?
Would you have a link to the CRTC website on the open 'issue'
The only good thing is that Rogers (and now all incumbents) have to file download and upload speeds in Tariffs, and Rogers has to file tariffs for all optional speed packages - ie 45/7 they weren't offering TPIA in already upgraded areas.
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Sorry I should have read my post prior to posting...I replied to a post from Marc stating that the CBB decision that is outstanding is one that they and other independent ISP's are eagerly awaiting