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Broad MVNO access too risky, Competition Bureau tells CRTC

News | 02/18/2020 5:54 pm EST
Competition Bureau legal counsel Derek Leschinsky, Matrix Economics expert Tasneem Chipty, senior competition law officer Laura Sonley, Competition Bureau commissioner Matthew Boswell, and deputy commissioner Anthony Durocher, testify at the CRTC Wireless Review hearing in Gatineau, Que., Feb 18, 2020./ Photo courtesy CPAC.

GATINEAU, Que. — The CRTC’s two-week wireless policy review kicked off with a detailed questioning of one of the few parties to promote a middle-of-the-road solution for mandating MVNO access to incumbent infrastructure.

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