While they're busy trying to maintain shareholder value in the face of Verizon, and are spending a bundle lying to Canadians, this is what they are really about.
The TTC in Toronto put out a RFPQ to create a wireless network in their tunnels and stations.
Bell lowballed at 5.5m for a 20yr lease, while an Australian subsidiary bid 25.5m for the same. They obviously won.
Robellus won't talk to the winner.
Rogers is not in discussions with BAI at this time, a spokesperson said in response to a list of emailed questions.
We arent participating in this project, a Telus spokesperson noted.
As for Bell: We are not working with any third parties on TTC coverage.
Seems that if they can't have their cake to eat , they're not interested.
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