|Bell Canada doesn't want to share next-gen fiber network|
|Posted by: Digg on Mar 14th, 2009 7:10 AM|
|Bell Canada threatens to yank its billions from the Canadian fiber market if the government insists on making it share those circuits with competing ISPs at regulated rates. In the UK, however, next-generation line-sharing is always the law of the land. Ars takes a look at line-sharing's "Will it destroy investment?" debate.
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