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Ottawa U study uses mystery shoppers to test Wireless Code

Briefs | 09/23/2016 6:24 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Researchers at the University of Ottawa say the preliminary results of a small mystery shopper test found some wireless providers are leaving some potential customers ill-informed about their choices.

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