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  1. Bell will end bandwidth throttling next March

    Industry News
    In a letter sent dated December 19, 2011, Bell Aliant and Bell Canada have informed the CRTC that they'll stop the practice of Internet Traffic Management Practice (ITMP), commonly known as bandwidth throttling, on March 1st, 2012. For the past several years, Bell has been slowing down...
  2. Bell says it will stop throttling 3rd party internet connection (now everyone)

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Bell this week informed its wholesale internet customers that Bell will be moving wholesale internet traffic to new network facilities beginning in November 2011, facilities where bandwidth throttling practices will not be applied. Wow, this is pretty surprising news.
  3. Bell says it will move away from throttling 3rd party internet connections

    Industry News
    Bell this week informed its wholesale internet customers that Bell will be moving wholesale internet traffic to new network facilities beginning in November 2011, facilities where bandwidth throttling practices will not be applied. The announcement means Canadian internet users who are...
  4. CRTC handling of bandwidth throttling complaints is toothless

    Industry News
    After a steady stream of complaints from consumers over bandwidth throttling, the CRTC this week issued guidelines on how it will deal with Canadian consumer's who complain about bandwidth throttling by their Internet service providers (ISPs). "The policy sets out clear ground rules, which we...
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