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CRTC can regulate roaming rates: Wind

Briefs | 10/04/2013 8:20 pm EDT

BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. are “distorting” Industry Canada’s wireless roaming rules in an effort to encourage the CRTC not to regulate wireless carriers' roaming agreements and practices, said Ed Antecol, Wind Mobile’s vice-president of regulatory affairs and carrier relations.

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