By Perry HoffmanGATINEAU – The lack of wholesale access to last mile fibre infrastructure hasn’t deterred competitors from investing in their own high-speed networks, Bell Canada told the CRTC during its appearance as part of the Fibre Hearing on Wednesday.The media and communications giant’s assertions come a day after Canadian Network Operators Consortium (CNOC) argued its members need wholesale access to the incumbent telco’s local fibre networks in order to compete.The group noted Tuesday that in its view the current regulatory environment acts as a disincentive to invest in fibre to the premise (FTTP) facilities. Bell countered that this simply isn’t true....
Fibre Hearing: Many small ISPs are building their own fibre. Why can’t everyone else do the same, asks Bell
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