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PIAC says 3-year device plan review could force Wireless Code change 

News | 08/30/2019 5:26 pm EDT
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If the CRTC finds that device financing options beyond two years do not violate the Wireless Code, it could end up causing an amendment to those rules, the Public Interest Advocacy Centre has said. 

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