You may’ve heard that CRTC’s announced new Wireless Code that will go live on December 2nd, requiring all carriers to cut their default contract time from three to two years. Bell and TELUS were early to respond to the call having committed to the new plans with two-year contracts. Bell has started 2-year terms on July 17th while TELUS will do it on July 30th. As for Rogers, the Canada’s largest operator with more than 9 million customers, will unveil its plans “shortly.” Here’s what they had to say on this:
The new Wireless Code impacts all carriers who have wireless contracts longer than 2 years. As such, we will be introducing new two-year contract and will share more details shortly. At Rogers, we are working hard to implement the Code and to make positive changes that will benefit our customers. Please stay tuned for more details, which will be provided shortly.
So we’re waiting to see what Rogers comes up with…