as you can see this is a marketing and monopoly trick that bell is conducting.
In the response from Bell the statement states
Network carriers such as Bell argue that bandwidth-intensive applications, such as peer-to-peer file transfer programs clog their networks, which results in slow connections for the rest of their customers,
Basically beyond their own traffic they are saying that 3rd party DSL is affecting the quality of BELL customers.
SO they ( MONOPOLY ) are thinking that if they throttle others neetwork ( teksavvy ) that their issues ( BELL's ) will be solved.
This is a tactic that they are using to blame the third party DSL because bell is losing customers and peopl ehave the option to go to 3rd party DSL for much lower costs for the same service or bell ( Teksavvy ).
The terms MONOPOLY POWER are not clearly pointed out, but reread the globe article and it is Clearly Printed.
Also yesterday someone posted an add from bell displaying the "Fastest Internet Available" - - - - well it can be faster then anyone else cause they might remove their throttles and throttle 3rd party dsl customers and make the 3rd party internet slower the the MonoPOLY hold that bell has.
This is tactics of a business that knows is in trouble for losing customers, and clients, from people switching to other services, and thus will do anything. Example the thread started out blamin gteksavvy with throttling, but in the end it was really bell.