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CRTC opens Wireless Code review

Briefs | 07/28/2016 7:38 pm EDT
The CRTC will be holding a public hearing as part of its review of the wireless code governing the conduct of service providers, the regulator announced Thursday.

Scheduled to begin Feb. 6, 2017, in Gatineau, Que., the hearing is part of a process that also includes an online discussion forum, which will be open Sept. 13 to 26, the CRTC said in a press release.

The deadline for formal interventions is Sept. 26.

“The Wireless Code has helped Canadians better understand their wireless services and make informed choices,” chairman Jean-Pierre Blais said in the release.

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