Cable / Telecom News

TekSavvy wants an update from the Bureau on its Bell-Rogers complaint


CHATHAM, Ont. — Independent ISP TekSavvy has asked the Competition Bureau for a status update on a complaint it filed almost a year ago alleging Bell and Rogers have engaged in anti-competitive practices by abusing their dominant positions in wholesale and retail markets for broadband Internet services in Ontario and Quebec. TekSavvy’s 57-page formal complaint was filed February 20, 2020, and the company issued a press release at the time, and made a public version of the complaint available here. In a letter sent last Friday, TekSavvy is asking what the status is of the Competition Bureau’s investigation into TekSavvy’s...