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CRTC erred in finding of unjust discrimination against Iristel in 867 fight: Telus

Briefs | 11/13/2020 6:00 pm EST

In a years-long dispute over traffic stimulation to the 867 area code, Telus Corp. is asking the CRTC to review its assessment that measures taken by the company to “protect itself” against an “unlawful arbitrage scheme” by Iristel Inc. amounted to “unjust discrimination” against Iristel, and the customers of both companies. 

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