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Telecoms say no need for additional accessibility requirements; advocates disagree

News | 09/03/2021 5:28 pm EDT
The CRTC headquarters at the Terrasses de la Chaudière complex in Gatineau, Que.

Canada’s telecommunications companies are recommending that the CRTC refrain from mandating additional accessible plans for Canadians with disabilities  and discounts to wireless service providers (WSPs), arguing that a vast selection of plans already exist in the marketplace for different market segments.  

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