The CRTC Wireless Code
Curious to find out what kind of complaints have been received under the Wireless Code? Check out the Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunication Services (CCTS) Annual Report.
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About the Wireless Code
The CRTC created the Wireless Code (read the simplified Wireless Code or the Telecom Regulatory Policy 2013-271) to make it easier for you - as an individual or a small business - to understand the contracts for your cell phone and other mobile devices.
The Wireless Code explains your rights and responsibilities as a consumer of wireless services. It establishes standards that all wireless service providers must follow. The Wireless Code applies to all wireless contracts.
Understand your Consumer Rights
What are the benefits of the Wireless Code?
- Watch a video to see how the Wireless Code affects you and your service provider; and
- Read our infographic for a quick summary of the benefits.
Not sure if the Wireless Code applies to you based on the type of mobile contract you have?
Use our checklist to see the key differences between prepaid and postpaid contracts.
Confused about your cancellation fees?
Do you think your service provider is violating the terms in the Wireless Code?
The Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS) exists to investigate your complaints.
Accountability to our Consumers
Decisions Related to the Code:
Public Opinion Research
As part of its commitment to ensuring that the Wireless Code is working for you, the CRTC is doing public opinion research. The research done so far examines Canadians’ experiences with their wireless service providers before the Wireless Code came into effect.
These research reports are available on the Public Opinion Research Reports website.
- Wireless Code Public Opinion Research 2015
- Wireless Code Public Opinion Research – Executive Summary (April 7, 2014)
- Wireless Code Public Opinion Research – Quantitative Research Report (April 7, 2014)
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