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Bell picks ‘first’ 5G vendor, says regulatory to affect buildout

News | 02/06/2020 5:25 pm EST
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BCE Inc. will start building out its 5G network with equipment supplied by Nokia Corp. as it waits for the federal government to decide if Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd gear can be used, the company told investors during its fourth quarterly earnings call Thursday morning.

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