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Bell says no evidence spectrum will go unused without deployment reqs, supports contiguous holding

News | 11/18/2021 5:38 pm EST
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The telecoms companies that supported Innovation, Science and Economic Development’s (ISED) proposal to impose further deployment requirements on licences primarily used to provide commercial mobile wireless services failed to provide evidence of “a persistent market failure” in the delivery of wireless services, Bell told the department in reply, while also supporting a proposal from Rogers Communications Inc. regarding contiguous holding of personal communications services (PCS) licences.

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