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No issue with Canadian wireless pricing: telecom execs

News | 06/05/2019 8:45 am EDT
Xplornet's CJ Prudham, Rogers' David Watt, Teksavvy's Andy Kaplan-Myrth, Telus' Ted Woodhead, Iristel's Samer Bishay, and Bell's Rob Malcolmson./ Photo by Anja Karadeglija.

TORONTO Executives from Canada’s biggest carriers defended the country’s wireless prices during a panel discussion Tuesday, saying there is no problem with how much service costs in Canada, despite both the federal government and the CRTC zoning in on affordability as an issue.

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