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Videotron waives long-distance fees to Haiti, Afghanistan in response to international crises

Briefs | 08/18/2021 4:01 pm EDT

Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron is suspending its long-distance charges for all calls from Canada to Haiti, where a recent earthquake has left many residents homeless, and to Afghanistan where thousands are trying to flee after the Taliban took control of the country this week.

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