CRTC Orders Cable Carriers to Reduce Rates for ISPs
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The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission has ordered cable carriers to take 25 percent off the retail lowest rate charged to ISPs for use of high-speed Internet services.
The cable companies are required offer the new resale rate within 90 days.
The Canadian Association of Internet Providers applied for a decision on the case in June. The group has accused the cable carriers of deliberately delaying the availability of access services.
CAIP is Canada's national association of Internet service providers, with more than 150 members in nine provinces.