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Telus opens conference with attack on set-aside spectrum policies

Briefs | 11/15/2021 11:14 am EST
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MISSISSAUGA — The government’s set-aside spectrum policy has, rather than promoted competition in the telecommunication sector, instead led to underinvestment in networks and underserved communities, according to an opening keynote address from Telus Corp. executive vice president of home solutions Zainul Mawji at the 2021 edition of the Canadian Telecom Summit. 

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