Three largest Canadian carriers lobby to keep Verizon out


For nearly a century, Canadian wireless has been dominated by three companies: Bell, Rogers and Telus. But lately, rumors have been circulating that Verizon may try to make a move into the country, busting up the so-called Big Three and carving out a piece of the Canadian market for itself. For the existing telecoms, it’s a scary thought, so they’ve joined together in an open letter and a public ad campaign, asking the Canadian government to change the current rules to make Canadian telecom a less attractive target.

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