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Incumbents defend wireless prices after Bains criticism

News | 06/06/2017 7:59 pm EDT
From left, moderator Greg O’Brien and PIAC’s John Lawford, Telus’ Ted Woodhead, Rogers’ David Watt, Bell’s Mirko Bibic and Teksavvy’s Bram Abramson discuss regulatory issues at the Canadian Telecom Summit on June 6, 2017./Wire Report photo by Anja Karadeglija

TORONTO — Representatives from the big three were on the defense a day after the innovation minister publicly took issue with wireless prices, pointing to investments they’ve made in their networks and the quality of service that’s available to Canadians.

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