Post Tagged with: "wireless code"

Competition Bureau to the CRTC on Wireless Code: Be Bolder

The Competition Bureau yesterday posted its submission to the CRTC on its draft wireless code.  The key message from the Bureau: be bolder. The Bureau expresses concern with the competitiveness of the wireless telecom sector in Canada:

certain impediments continue to diminish the effect of competitive forces in this industry. First, certain industry practices have tended to impose costs on consumers who wish to avail themselves of competitive alternatives. Second, consumers are not always provided with sufficient information in an adequately clear manner to make informed purchase decisions. These features can deprive consumers, competitors, and the Canadian economy of the beneficial effects of competition in this industry, namely lower prices, higher quality service, and greater innovation. This submission provides recommendations on how the Wireless Code can minimize the effect of these impediments.

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February 7, 2013 3 comments News

CRTC Launches Online Discussion on Wireless Code

The CRTC has launched an online discussion to foster greater debate among Canadians on a new code for wireless services.  A public hearing is planned for next February.

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November 14, 2012 Comments are Disabled Must Reads