The answer is… it depends. Generally speaking, the prices charged by phone, internet and television service providers in Canada are not regulated by Canada’s communications regulator, the CRTC. This means … Read More
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The CCTS is pleased to announce that ICA Wireless Broadband and SSI Micro Ltd. are now participating service providers.
How to file a complaint with the CCTS the right way Last week’s events involving a price increase from Public Mobile and the customers of its $40/4GB and $120/12 GB … Read More
The CCTS is pleased to announce that Toronto Telecom, Ice Wireless and CityWest Cable & Telephone corp. are now participating service providers. Customers who have not been able to resolve … Read More
Source: Erica Johnson, full story at CBC News ‘We do not believe the concerns raised represent our values or sales practices,’ Rogers says Call centre employees working for Rogers Communications … Read More
Source: MobileSyrup.com: Here’s everything you need to know about Canada’s unlocking fee ban The ban on locking fees was, without a doubt, the most significant change to Canada’s Wireless Code announced this … Read More
The CCTS is pleased to announce that Quadro Communications Co-operative Inc., Tuckersmith Communications, Simconet Technologies Inc. and Cardinal Telecom are now participating service providers. Customers who have not been able … Read More
CCTS publishes its 2016-17 Annual Report Ottawa (November 28, 2017) – The Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS) reported today that its 2016-17 year concluded with an 11 per … Read More
Source: Erica Johnson · Go Public – CBC News Bell says allegations are ‘completely unfounded and untrue’ A longtime Bell Canada employee describes working in the company’s Scarborough, Ont., call centre as “a … Read More