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TekSavvy tells CRTC about incumbents trying to ‘poach’ customers

News | 10/24/2018 6:17 pm EDT
TekSavvy's VP of privacy and consumer legal affairs testifies alongside TekSavvy COO Pierre Aubé Jr. at a CRTC hearing Wednesday, October 24, 2018. / Photo via CPAC.

GATINEAU — TekSavvy Solutions Inc. told the CRTC Wednesday that a sales code of conduct for the telecom industry should cover technician service visits because its customers have complained about bigger companies using those encounters to pitch their own services.

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