Canada’s Wireless Code Of Conduct Comes Into Force Dec. 2

Canada’s new rules for wireless came into force Monday, marking the official end of much-hated three-year contracts for cellphone service.

As of Monday, anyone signing up for a wireless contract will be able to cancel that contract after two years without penalty. Wireless providers have been preparing for the move since the CRTC announced its wireless code of conduct last summer, and have for the most part shifted to two-year plans.

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