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Spending on wireless services up 14% last year: CRTC

News | 10/22/2015 8:59 pm EDT

Canadians spent 14.1 per cent more on wireless services in 2014 than they did in 2013, while last year also marked the first time there were more Canadian households that relied exclusively on mobile phone service than households that subscribed only to landlines, according to the CRTC.

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