Feds sell record-breaking $8.9B of wireless spectrum for 5G


    Bell, Rogers and Telus bought more than $7.3 billion worth of the wireless-spectrum licences the federal government put up for sale in an auction that concluded July 23. Videotron and Cogeco picked up $1.1 billion worth between them; the rest were largely split among regional telecom providers, assisted by a set-aside provision meant to help upstarts compete against the big players. (The Logic)

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