Nothing new here. Many years ago, I used to work for CN Telecommunications/CNCP Telecommunications/Unitel. We'd often have to lease copper pairs from Bell, to reach a customer, but Bell charged more for that pair than they'd charge a customer for the same service as we were selling.It alleges that Bell and Rogers' wholesale divisions drove up competitors’ costs, while their retail divisions target those competitors with retail prices below their wholesale costs that are wrongfully inflated.
That's already happened a couple of time and the newcomers tend to disappear. Remember all the resellers that came and went when 2G rolled out? What about the ones that arrived with 3G? Most of those companies wound up being bought by the major carriers.the CRTC should ensure that a healthy amount of 5G spectrum is auctioned to a broad array of aspiring competitive telecom entities