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What Bell, Fido, Rogers and Telus don’t want you to know

Fair Wireless for Canada

In 2007, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) required Bell, Fido, Rogers and Telus to allow Canadians to switch wireless service providers and keep their existing phone number thanks to wireless number portability.  With the introduction of new wireless networks from Bell and Telus, Canadians should also be able to easily switch wireless carriers and re-use their existing GSM compatible cell phone without having to purchase a new one.

Despite paying early cancelation fees or staying until your long term service agreement ends, Bell, Fido, Rogers and Telus continue to penalize loyal Canadians by applying digital locks to cell phones they sell to Canadians (even if you paid full price without any discounts or subsidies for your cell phone).

Join our Facebook group today and let Bell, Fido, Rogers and Telus know you want Fair Wireless for Canada.

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