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Liberals promise access for ‘qualified’ MVNOs, spectrum auction changes

News | 09/23/2019 2:29 pm EDT
Prime minister Justin Trudeau arrives at Rideau Hall to meet with Governor General Julie Payette and dissolve Parliament in order to call the 2019 federal election on September 11, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

In this fall’s election campaign, the Liberal Party is setting the goal of lowering cellphone prices by 25 per cent within four years and they plan to make that happen by mandating access by some MVNOs to incumbent networks and changing auction rules.

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