By Perry HoffmanOTTAWA - Telus is telling Industry Canada that it stands to lose as much as $200 million in an auction of the 2500 MHz bandwidth if the current spectrum swap proposal remains unchanged. The company’s comments come as verbal sparring over the specific rules for transitioning wireless broadband spectrum in the band continued this month with interested parties arguing over transition deadlines and the amount of spectrum to be given back to Industry Canada for auction.Telus says that adopting the department’s plan would result in incumbents retaining 21% more spectrum than they currently have. This “would be both unfair and...
2500 MHz Auction: Industry Canada could lose up to $200 million under swap proposal, says Telus
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