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Bell restores network investment pledge; TekSavvy petitions gov on wholesale rates

News | 05/31/2021 6:11 pm EDT
Posters outside the Competition Bureau offices in Hull, Que. Photo by Michael Lee-Murphy.

In what the company says is a direct response to the CRTC’s reversal on wholesale high-speed internet access rates, BCE Inc. announced Monday that it is increasing the amount of its capital investment program by about $300 million over the next two years, bringing the total amount for investment roll out up to between $1.5 billion and $1.7 billion. 

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