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CRTC consults on off-tariff roaming agreements

Briefs | 12/16/2015 6:26 pm EST

The CRTC on Wednesday started a consultation that asks whether it should refrain from regulating some arrangements between incumbent wireless carriers and smaller operators regarding domestic roaming where the terms or conditions might differ from regulations that are in place.

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