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Quebecor threatens legal action if MVNOs are mandated

News | 02/25/2020 6:22 pm EST
Quebecor CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau addresses a CRTC panel on Feb. 25, 2020./ Photo via CPAC.

GATINEAU, Que.Quebecor Inc. CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau says he would take legal action against both the federal government and the CRTC if the regulator mandates wholesale MVNO access, arguing such a decision would violate the agreement Quebecor signed when it purchased spectrum in 2008.

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