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Radio interference, 5G delays raised in new spectrum tier consult

News | 02/26/2019 6:10 pm EST
ISED illustration of a proposed option to add a new tier of spectrum licensing area, highlighted in green in the province of Nova Scotia.

BCE Inc., Shaw Communications Inc., and Quebecor Inc. are warning against a proposed new smaller spectrum licensing tier, while smaller players and other interested groups cheer on the idea and pitch their own ideas on how to draw up the new area sizes.

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