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Industry Canada approves more Bell-Telus network sharing

Briefs | 07/31/2014 9:50 pm EDT
Industry Canada said Thursday it had approved a network-sharing agreement between BCE Inc. and Telus Corp.

The department said in a notice on its website that the deal affects the two companies' “cellular, Personal Communications Services (PCS) and Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) bands in various areas of Canada.”

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