The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the case brought against WIND Mobile on Thursday, tossing out Public Mobile’s complaint that the new carrier was foreign-owned.
The fun started in 2009 when the CRTC ruled that WIND Mobile didn’t have the right to launch a national wireless service in Canada because it violated the country’s foreign ownership [...]
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