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Don’t mandate text message warning for emergency alerts: telecoms

Briefs | 02/08/2019 3:29 pm EST
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The majority of Canadian wireless providers who weighed in on a proposal to harmonize emergency alert tests told the CRTC that they shouldn’t be required to send text messages to users warning them of upcoming tests.

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