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Telus confirms it will use Huawei in ‘initial module’ of 5G rollout

News | 02/13/2020 8:29 pm EST
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Telus Corp. will be using Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. equipment in its initial 5G launch, the company said following a day in which the company’s CEO and CFO had seemingly contradictory messages on the issue.  

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