CRTC finds Rogers’ treatment of Wind Mobile ‘unjust’
News | 07/31/2014 9:45 pm EDT
The CRTC issued a decision Thursday in the first of its two reviews of wholesale wireless roaming in Canada, finding that Rogers Communications Inc. committed “unjust discrimination” in its domestic roaming agreements and banning roaming contracts that prevent smaller carriers from using other carriers’ networks.
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