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Three-year financing, if approved, should extend to subsidy model: Péladeau 

News | 08/08/2019 6:27 pm EDT
Quebecor head Pierre Karl Péladeau (left) and chairman Brian Mulroney at the company's annual general meeting on May 8, 2018. /Photo via Twitter.

Quebecor Inc.’s CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau said he’s “happy” that the CRTC is examining the practice of extending device financing options for a 36-month period, but suggested that if it receives the regulator’s blessing, it should be applied “regardless of business model.”

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