CRTC Invites Canadians to Have Their Say.
The CRTC has come up with a draft national code that will apply to wireless services for cellphones and devices such
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says consumers are looking for plain language when it comes to their wireless contracts.
The draft code says Canadians want the ability to unlock cellphones on reasonable terms and cap their monthly bills once a
specific amount has been reached.
The telecom regulator says Canadians can join in the online discussion starting today and have until Feb. 15 to comment on the
Last fall, the CRTC asked Canadians for help in creating a national code for wireless services.
Since then, more than 3,500 written comments have been submitted and nearly 600 comments were posted on the CRTC online discussion forum.
You can join the online discussion, by clicking HERE