Entry to the Rogers community: Quebecor obtains the specified prize

The Canadian Radio-Tv and Telecommunications Fee (CRTC) has determined that Quebecor can entry the Rogers Communications community on the worth it needs to develop its wi-fi service to different areas of Canada.

The 2 telecom corporations had requested the CRTC for assist in setting the tariff, which was not disclosed for confidentiality causes.

“After a complete evaluation” of the tariff proposals from the 2 corporations, the group opted for the Quebecor tariff.

“As soon as the tariff has been finalized, Quebecor (by means of Videotron, Freedom Cell and Fizz) is anticipated to quickly provide mobile tariffs in further areas of Canada,” the CRTC mentioned in an announcement Monday.

This choice is a part of CRTC’s coverage of making extra competitors for wi-fi companies by permitting regional rivals entry to the networks of main communications corporations.

Recall that Quebecor acquired Freedom Cell on April 3 – following an acquisition by Shaw throughout its merger with Rogers – with the purpose of increasing its wi-fi companies outdoors of Quebec.