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Freedom cites ‘suspicious patterns’ in Iristel traffic pumping case

News | 08/02/2017 4:00 pm EDT

Shaw Communications Inc.’s Freedom Mobile says that its decision not to pay some traffic termination charges to Iristel Inc. is based on “suspicious patterns” indicating traffic stimulation, which include “aberrantly high traffic volumes” terminating on Iristel’s network in the 867 area code, ever since the two parties revised their interconnection agreement in 2016.

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