Monday, 24 September 2018

Canadian operator fights for survival after regulatory rap

By Total Telecom staff
Thursday 02 March 17

CRTC sides with Rogers Mobile, orders Sugar Mobile to stop accessing its network within 50 days.

Canada's Sugar Mobile faces closure after the country's telco regulator sided with Rogers Mobile in a dispute over network access, but the low-cost, WiFi-based operator has vowed to fight on, accusing the watchdog of blocking fair competition in the market. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) on Wednesday issued a decision in favour of Rogers Mobile…

Canada's Sugar Mobile faces closure after the country's telco regulator sided with Rogers Mobile in a dispute over network access, but the low-cost, WiFi-based operator has vowed to fight on, accusing the watchdog of blocking fair competition in the market. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) on Wednesday issued a decision in favour of Rogers Mobile…

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