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Telus plans could also ‘interfere’ with customer churn: PIAC

News | 07/12/2019 4:42 pm EDT
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The same week that concerns were raised about new device financing plans from Rogers Communications Inc. potentially running afoul of the Wireless Code, John Lawford, executive director of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), said that financing plans from Telus Corp. could also run contrary to the code.

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