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High spectrum costs could be driven by competition for set aside: analyst

News | 07/15/2021 6:32 pm EDT
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Industry analysts are declining to speculate too much on what caused the Canadian telecom sector to have so far spent $8 billion on the 3500 MHz auction, more than double what they were predicting, however, they are not surprised to see high spending this year.

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