Could Bell Canada's billing policy kill IPTV?

An article in Canada's Law Times argues that Bell Canada's new billing policy, which charges customers based on how much they download each month, could stall or kill the emerging Internet-delivered television market in the country.

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) approved Bell Canada's new method in May. The carrier's stated reason for usage-based billing was that it would reduce network congestion.

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