Cable & Telecom

Undue preference #1: “Rogers should not have to pay anyone else to do what it can do itself”

Company asks CRTC to step into toll free dispute with BellGATINEAU – Frustrated with stalled negotiations with Bell Canada on how toll-free calls should be handled going forward, Rogers Communications last week filed a Part 1 application with the CRTC asking the Commission to settle the dispute.Rogers contends Bell is profiting twice from certain toll-free calls because it won’t change the historic way it has handled them, despite changes Rogers has made and this inaction means Bell is providing itself with an undue preference. The impasse has dragged on for seven months, says Rogers.While this sounds like a bit of...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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