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**** Day,I pay $280 month for 60 gigs of bandwidth for a Bell Turbo hub. This is my only viable option within my area for internet. Satellite internet offers latency that is incompatible with my wife's work. Bell controls the rollout of DSL services, and has refused to service my area despite my proximity to the CO (line distance of 9 KM from the Petawawa CO). Bell prefers that people remain on Turbo hubs so they can charge $10.00 a gigabyte for internet usage above a measly 20 gig cap. Further to this, my area is a deferral fund area. Listed in the agreement for access to deferral funds (as per communication with the CRTC) are set rates for wireless and DSL, including usage caps. The set rate was supposed to be $2.00 a gigabyte.What I think Canadians want is high speed access through wired connection. I think that if a company services a residence with landline phone, it should be required to service a residence with landline data. A similar rule could be made for cable companies. If they service an area with TV and/or voice, they must also provide data. Further to this, I am attaching pictures of Bell infastructure in my area. Bell has failed to even provide effective voice services. These pictures are of operational infastructure servicing my residence. It almost appears third world.Force Bell to provide services.... and not just the services they feel that are most profitable to them. **** AdamsPembroke, OntarioRaisons pour comparaitre / Reasons for appearanceI with to present to the commission facts and research on the following:- Use of Deferral account funds- Lack of provision of deferral account plans as described in Bell submissions to CRTC- Link with EORN, government grants, and deferral account funds including the mixing of funds in reports to the CRTC. - **** evidence that Bell's reporting to CRTC on use of deferral funds may have negligent and/or fraudulent.- Control and pricing of deferral account funded hardware as related to EORN related areas.

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