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‘Abuses’ exist due to wholesale wireless ‘oligopoly’: Wind

News | 05/21/2014 5:23 pm EDT

Canada’s wholesale wireless market is “dominated by an oligopoly” and is not competitive enough to “stem abuses” from the three incumbent wireless providers, Wind Mobile told the CRTC in an intervention it filed as part of the regulator’s review of wholesale wireless services.

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