How the CRTC UBB Effects Small ISPs
Feb 4th, 2011 by pixel

If you would like to know home small ISPs will really be affected by the CTRC decision, take the time to read the article – Net users will pay a lot more.

You should also watch this video which includes a piece presented by one of TekSavvy’s skilled technicians.

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Stop The Meter On Your Internet Use
Jan 31st, 2011 by pixel

CRTC’s internet billing decision appealed
Jan 28th, 2011 by pixel


The federal government is being formally asked to overturn a CRTC decision that will force smaller internet service providers to charge similar usage-based fees as Bell, Rogers and Shaw.

Jean-Fran├žois Mezei, a Montreal-based computer consultant, filed a petition to the Governor in Council late Wednesday, asking the government to overrule an October decision by Canada’s telecommunications regulator.

That ruling gave Bell approval to implement usage-based billing on its wholesale customers, mostly smaller internet service providers that rent portions of Bell’s network to re-sell to customers through their own retail internet packages.