By Perry HoffmanGATINEAU - Independent Canadian ISPs say that while they welcome new proposals to charge for wholesale high-speed access to incumbent facilities such as Bell Canada’s aggregated volume pricing (AVP), most everyone is missing the point by focusing on usage rather than congestion.Movie streaming service Netflix also filed its own opinion on the Bell proposal, too.Canadian Network Operators Consortium Inc. (CNOC) criticizes both Bell’s AVP model and the blended charge approaches suggested by the cable companies for linking high volume users with those who create congestion on the network. “This is a crucial distinction because all of the other proposals (which...
UBB Review: Bell’s AVP approach “lipstick on a pig,” says Netflix
To view the full content, please sign up for a subscription.
Already a member? Log in.