Cable & Telecom

CRTC sides with Rogers in its dispute with Bell over toll-free call routing

However, Bell has not given itself an undue preference, the Commission saysOTTAWA — Although the CRTC has determined Bell has not provided itself with an undue preference when it comes to how toll-free calls are currently routed in Canada, the Commission does agree with Rogers that Bell should deploy one-way toll trunks to connect to Rogers switches in the Bell operating territories in which Rogers also provides service. Bell now has 150 days to comply with the Commission’s directive.After several months of attempted negotiations with Bell, Rogers in May filed a Part 1 application asking the CRTC to settle the...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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