Monday, 18 June 2018

Canada's big three hit with wholesale roaming cap

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Wednesday 06 May 15

CRTC moves to level playing field in mobile market by regulating prices Bell, Rogers and Telus can charge to smaller players for access to their networks.

Canada's telecom regulator this week announced that it will regulate the wholesale mobile roaming rates the country's big three operators are allowed to charge in a bid to bring more competition to the sector. Canada's smaller mobile operators require roaming arrangements in order to provide nationwide coverage to their customers…

Canada's telecom regulator this week announced that it will regulate the wholesale mobile roaming rates the country's big three operators are allowed to charge in a bid to bring more competition to the sector. Canada's smaller mobile operators require roaming arrangements in order to provide nationwide coverage to their customers…

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