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5G a race between countries, not carriers: Rogers’ Natale

News | 04/18/2019 6:16 pm EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters (photo via Wikipedia).

Rogers Communications Inc. CEO Joe Natale emphasized the $1.7 billion the company recently spent on 600 MHz spectrum in a speech to shareholders that effectively doubled as an anti-MVNO message to government on Thursday. 

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