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Cartel nation: Liberal decision to uphold CRTC decision a blow to lowering wireless costs

National Post: 'The Liberal government is upholding a key ruling by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission that critics say doesn’t do enough to increase competition – or lower prices—in Canada’s wireless market.

'In a Thursday afternoon decision, the government said it wouldn’t overturn the CRTC’s ruling on mobile virtual network operators from last April.

'That decision requires Canada’s Big Three wireless providers — Bell, Rogers and Telus — as well as SaskTel, to sell wholesale access to regional wireless carriers for seven years.'

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