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Eyes on Quebecor following 3500 MHz auction

News | 07/30/2021 6:25 pm EDT
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As the dust settles on the results of the 3,500 MHz auction announced Thursday, much of the initial interest amongst analysts and industry watchers has centered not on the $7.31 billion spent by the so-called big three incumbents — BCE Inc., Rogers Communications Inc, and Telus Corp. — but rather on the roughly $830 million spent by Quebecor Inc. and on its purchases outside its home province of Quebec. 

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