Bell launches court case against roaming/infrastructure sharing obligations
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Bell Canada Enterprises' cellular unit Bell Mobility has launched a legal petition in the Federal Court arguing that the government does not have the right to force it to share its mobile infrastructure and seeking a judicial review of recent regulatory changes to roaming and network sharing obligations, Reuters reports.
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