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Bell calls for Competition Bureau report to be struck from wireless review

Briefs | 08/06/2020 7:15 pm EDT
Competition Bureau legal counsel Derek Leschinsky, Matrix Economics cxpert 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, 2019./ Photo courtesy CPAC.

BCE Inc. has asked the CRTC to strike a Competition Bureau report advocating a limited mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) model from the record of the regulator’s wireless services review, stating that an “error” the bureau made in its final submission means there’s an “intolerably high” risk of errors also being made in the report. 

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