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Northwestel allowed to dismantle radio-phone service

Briefs | 08/13/2014 3:36 pm EDT

Northwestel Inc. has been given permission to dismantle most of its "manual mobile service" sites in the North due to declining usage and increasing difficulty in maintaining the infrastructure.

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