Industry Canada to facilitate commercial digital roaming in rural and remote areas
News | 10/21/2003 4:00 am EDT
Industry Canada wants to facilitate the development of commercial roaming agreements between the four national wireless operators’ digital networks and those of operators in rural and remote Canada, hoping to open the door to greater penetration of digital wireless services in unserved and under-served regions of Canada. Industry Canada launched the process in DGTP-007-03, the notice regarding the licensing of 3G spectrum (see related article in this issue).
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