Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Canadian Radio-Telecommunications Commission Reports That Canadian Consumers Have Lots of Complaints About TV Services
The Canadian Radio-Telecommunications Commission reports that consumer complaints about tv services account for two-thirds of complaints about telecom services, although complaints overall are down compared to this time last year. Other complaints to the agency included concerns about phone services (landline and wireless) and about internet services. Unfortunately the CRTC couldn't assist consumers with complaints about TV services in the past, but beginning this year, it can move to assist Canadian subscribers with those concerns (see here). More here on Canadian government television policy here.
More here from CBC News.