Canadian Cell Phone Companies Adopt Code of Conduct

September 1, 2009
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Today the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) announced a cell phone industry "code of conduct" adopted by all of Canada's cell phone providers.  This code of conduct is meant to is meant to allow customers to refuse changes made partway through their contract's term or to get out of the contract at no additional cost.

As per the CWTA code of conduct the following cell phone providers have adopted the code:

The following service providers subscribe to the code: Bell, Dryden Mobility, EastLink, Fido, Koodo Mobile, MTS Allstream, (currently operating as MTS), Public Mobile, Rogers Communications Inc., SaskTel, Solo, TBayTel, TELUS (including Mike), Videotron, Virgin Mobile Canada and WIND Mobile.


You can find the full CWTA code of conduct here: www.cwta.ca/CWTASite/english/codeofconduct.html.





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