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Distributel waives long-distance calling charges to Haiti, Afghanistan

Briefs | 08/20/2021 4:49 pm EDT

On the heels of Quebecor Inc.‘s Videotron announcement Wednesday, Distributel Communications Ltd. said Friday that — along with its recently acquired Primus subsidiary — it would be suspending long-distance phone charges for calls to both Haiti and Afghanistan.

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