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Bell completes MTS acquisition, announces vice chair for western Canada services

Bell Canada parent company BCE Inc. has announced the official completion of its Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS) acquisition, along with the appointment of BCE executive Dan McKeen as vice chair of Bell MTS and Western Canada.

Bell MTS deal approved by federal regulators

The Bell MTS deal comes with some concessions to competitors Telus and Xplornet, which is yet to launch wireless services in Manitoba.

Bell MTS pledge to build more LTE ‘a bit of a stunt,’ says PIAC

The announcement looks like a way to justify imposing more expensive service, notes the executive director at the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)

Bell’s acquisition of MTS could mean better service or higher prices, analysts say

Existing MTS customers don't have to fear that the terms of their current deals might be changed, according to one industry analyst

Bell’s $3.9 B MTS acquisition faces numerous regulatory hurdles

Deal would also see Bell sell one-third of MTS postpaid wireless customers to Telus to ease competition concerns

5 things revealed in OpenSignal’s State of Canada’s Mobile Networks report

According to the OpenSignal's State of Canada's Mobile Networks report, Canada already has some of the highest performing networks in the world -- and they only seem to be improving

MTS close to selling off its Allstream telecom property to U.S. firm

MTS and Zayo are close to making the Allstream acquisition a reality, companies say

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