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It could be weeks before the Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) rules on LineOne's decision to ditch unmetered access.

Clare Gilbert, chair of ISPA, told The Register that a decision was unlikely to be forthcoming in the near future.

She also refused to comment on the content of the letter from LineOne to the industry body.

Last month ISPA wrote to LineOne accusing it of breaching its code of conduct calling for the ISP to compensate it users fully.

LineOne has denied any wrongdoing. ®

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