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1, all newly purchased devices must be sold unlocked — one of several other changes aimed at giving people more control over their wireless services.
The changes come six months after the regulator heard from consumer groups who accused some cellphone companies of violating the code, either passively or actively, and called for the rules to be tightened and enforced.“The changes and clarifications we are announcing today will give Canadians additional tools to make informed choices about their wireless services and take advantage of competitive offers in the marketplace,” CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais said in a statement.“While they appreciate the code, (Canadians) told us loudly and clearly that it could be more effective.
Mobile devices and applications allow people to work the same way they live—always connected.
While this test was performed in a lab, it is an impressive speed to reach on LTE.
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In these applications, the Applicants seek Commission approval of the transfer of control of Sun Com’s wholly-owned, indirect licensee subsidiaries – Sun Com Wireless License Company, LLC and Sun Com Wireless Puerto Rico License Co., LLC (the “Sun Com Subsidiaries”) – to T-Mobile.
(“Sun Com,” and together with T-Mobile, the “Applicants”) have filed a series of applications pursuant to Sections 214 and 310(d) of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended (the “Communications Act”).
We have listened to them,” said Blais, whose term at the helm of the regulatory body ends this week.