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Fizz still ‘minimal’ part of wireless for Videotron: CEO

Briefs | 05/09/2019 6:49 pm EDT
Fizz poster (photo via Facebook).

The new Fizz flanker brand launched by Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron is still too small a part of the company’s business to significantly affect its average billing per user (ABPU), Videotron’s CEO said Thursday.

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