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Incumbents say AWS-3 set-aside unnecessary, bad for taxpayers

News | 09/15/2014 8:36 pm EDT

In newly released documents Rogers Communications Inc., Telus Corp. and BCE Inc. all criticize the set-aside for new entrants in the upcoming AWS-3 auction, with Bell is asking the government to delay part of the auction for at least a year.

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