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Bell renews request for CRTC to intervene on Videotron permanent roaming claims

News | 05/28/2021 5:57 pm EDT
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Bell Mobility Inc. is asking the CRTC to put in place new measures for Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron after it was ordered by the regulator last year to keep providing Videotron with wholesale roaming following allegations of permanent roaming by its users. 

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