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Telus’ credit card fee proposal violates Telecommunications Act: PIAC

Briefs | 09/08/2022 4:55 pm EDT
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Telus Corp.‘s plan to introduce a 1.5 per cent surcharge for new and existing customers who pay their bills with a credit card is a “facial case of unjust discrimination” and the CRTC must reject the incumbent’s application on that basis, according to an intervention on the proceeding from the Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the National Pensioners Federation.  

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