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Wireless code hasn’t had expected effect on churn: PIAC

News | 02/06/2017 11:59 pm EST

GATINEAU, QUE. — The Wireless Code has been a positive development for consumers in the three years since its implementation, consumer groups said on the first day of the CRTC's hearing on the Wireless Code Monday, adding that itseffect on encouraging customers to switch providers hasn't been fully realized.

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