The Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS) received a record number of complaints last year, but also recorded fewer breaches of its Wireless Code, according to the organization’s 2018-mid-year report. Released today, the report reveals that CCTS accepted 6,849… Continue Reading →
So many people filed complaints with the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services in recent months, the telecom mediator had to add staff to deal with the volume. In its mid-year report released today, the CCTS says it accepted 6,849… Continue Reading →
Why are phone companies allowed to charge you for services you do not receive.
Many Canadians suffering under the thumb of the country’s largest cellphone provider were without service after a cross-country outage last night, but at least the company still isn’t sure what caused the blackout. Rogers customers in Ontario and Quebec, and… Continue Reading →