1. WindowsCentral.com's Avatar
    The Wireless Code of Conduct has received an update to address some of its widely-held complaints. But it doesn't fix everything.
    In a review of Canada's Wireless Code of Conduct, which debuted in June 2013, the country's telecom regulator has made two important changes that will potentially lower the cost of ownership and make it easier for consumers to switch providers.
    In a statement, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced, as of December 1, 2017, the end of unlocking fees for Canadians with existing devices and, perhaps more significantly, a mandate that all new devices as of that day will need to be sold unlocked, even if purchased from a carrier on contract.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    06-16-2017 10:40 AM
  2. JohnnyRedLight's Avatar
    This is GREAT news! My contract is up in November and this will save me $50 when I unlock my iPhone 6s Plus to sell it!

    Now only if the CRTC would mandate some lower prices for service. Data is rediculously pricy.
    06-16-2017 09:46 PM

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