The CRTC announced Wednesday that it has opened a call for comments on amendments to the broadcast distribution regulations as outlined in a March decision about customer transfers between companies providing telephone, wireless, or TV services. The new rules propose to allow consumers to switch service providers with a single phone call. Once consent is obtained from the customer, the new provider can make all necessary arrangements on their behalf to transfer the service. “The proposed Regulations specify that the current and prospective service provider will coordinate with each other to cancel and replace the programming services with a view to avoiding any service disruption to the customer,” the CRTC said in its notice of consultation. “The proposed Regulations also specify that unless the service providers agree otherwise, the cancellation request will occur within two business days after the day on which the cancellation request is made.” The deadline for comments on the proposed regulations is Nov. 18, the commission said.