Watchdog reports fewer quibbles over telecom bills, with Bell topping the list for number of complaints

[ad_1] Fewer people filed official complaints about their wireless, Internet and telephone bills for the third year in row, a trend that suggests service providers are going to greater lengths to solve problems internally and avoid publicly reported complaints. The Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services dealt with more than 8,300 complaints from 2015 to 2016,…

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Telus aims to bridge digital divide with $9.95 Internet for low-income families in Alberta

[ad_1] Telus Corp. will expand its pilot program that offers affordable Internet to low-income families, a move that comes as the federal government tries to tackle the problem of affordable access to broadband. The Vancouver-based telecommunications giant announced Thursday that it will offer its 25 Mbps plan that usually costs about $50 per month for…

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