That's certainly a possible scenario, however I still think the most likely scenario is for Bell to just start dropping low personal customer density areas from service coverage and let TekSavvy service those lines on their own. (At which point, Bell will apply to the CRTC for "third party" access to those lines.... ).Here's hoping they revampt the CRTC and clean house. Just because it's temporarily stalled, doesn't mean Bell won't try something like this again soon, and next time we won't have the benefit of an upcoming election year. Also don't forget Bell can still throttle anything at their discretion, I would like to see that CRTC ruling overturned as well.
I can see it now, "Hmm, we can't cap Internet users to kill Netflix and Youtube etc..., but we can still throttle them! Let's see how they like 20Kbps download throttles on any HD content other than ExpressVu!"
This is still far from a done deal. I fully expect the CRTC review to report back that they believe the original decision was the correct one thus forcing the government's hand WRT the recent court decision on Wind Mobile and how it applies in this case.