Friday, February 4, 2011

The Canadian regulator prevents over the Internet offers unlimited

The decision to ban unlimited Internet packages that had angered consumers. 
Unlimited Internet access is not yet dead in Canada. Faced with pressure from consumers and government, the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) has announced the suspension Thursday, February 3 for two months of his own controversial decision.
This decision allowed the ISP end of January to treat Bell's ISP customers almost like its own subscribers. Bell would have been able to sell bandwidth wholesale to these smaller ISPs limiting its consumption. Now some of them offer unlimited offers, unlike Bell charges its subscribers with monthly limits of bandwidth.

The CRTC's decision to enter into force on 1 March. The controller will use this 60-day suspension for review.

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