Cable & Telecom

Bell sues Videotron for $50 million

MONTREAL – In a motion filed on Wednesday in Québec’s Superior Court, Bell Canada alleges wireless competitor Videotron neglected to ensure its subscribers were not roaming permanently on Bell’s network when travelling outside Videotron’s home territory. CRTC Decision 2020-48, issued in February 2020 following a complaint filed by Videotron, said Bell Mobility was not to suspend wholesale roaming services offered to Videotron subscribers. During a dispute between the two, the record of that proceeding shows Videotron had been in violation of a CRTC Policy regarding permanent roaming, where it had customers who never left the Bell network. Despite this, the...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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