OTTAWA, March 28 The Canadian government
introduced legislation on Friday that would cap wholesale
domestic wireless roaming rates as promised by preventing
wireless providers from charging other companies more than they
charge their own customers for wireless services.
The provision, included in an omnibus bill to implement
February's February budget, is designed to encourage smaller
competitors to the large telecommunications companies.
Industry Minister James Moore announced plans for the cap on
(Reporting by Randall Palmer; Editing by Leslie Adler)