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Telecoms find silver lining in unprecedented number of CCTS complaints

News | 11/28/2019 6:00 am EST

Despite improvements in customer service that have lowered customer defections, the country’s telecom complaints watchdog said it still accepted 35 per cent more issues from subscribers over the year — but the telecoms are pointing to improved figures.  

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