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Telus introduces its own wireless affordability certification

News | 02/11/2020 6:20 pm EST

Telus Corp. says it has already met and exceeded the Liberal Party’s goal for reduced wireless prices, though the figures it cites pre-date both an industry-wide drop in wireless pricing, and government’s announcement of the benchmarks it will use. 

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