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Competition Bureau says Telus will pay $7.3M in premium texting case

Briefs | 01/04/2016 3:04 pm EST

The Competition Bureau said Wednesday that it had reached an agreement with Telus Corp. to end legal proceedings in relation to premium texting services that former and current customers have paid for.

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