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Looks like scrappy mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Sugar Mobile will hang on to existence outside of the northern territories for at least a little while longer.
The CRTC, Canada’s regulating body for the telecom industry, has given a temporary order that Sugar Mobile (which is still under a year old ) can continue to use Rogers’ network for roaming purposes. The company currently offers low-cost BYOD plans featuring $19 top-ups , and like any MVNO, doesn’t own its network infrastructure, instead relying on sister company Ice Wireless.
Since Ice only operates in the northern territories, however, Sugar Mobile subscribers use a Rogers-heavy roaming network negotiated by Ice whenever they leave their home network.