Federal Minister François-Philippe Champagne has issued an ultimatum: Rogers must share its Toronto subway wireless network with BCE and Telus by October 3rd.
Within 100 days, all carriers must have agreements for Toronto Transit Commission service, with complete subway cellular coverage in three years. This directive stems from safety concerns following subway incidents. Penalties await non-compliant telcos.
Telus and BCE praised the order, while Rogers emphasized its commitment to 5G expansion.
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