No more locked phones or unlocking fees in Canada, wireless regulator rules

2017 is shaping up to be a good year for the global consumer. Just yesterday, roaming charges were abolished across the European Union, and now, it looks like there’s some good news for Canadians as well. 

As of December 1, 2017, all new mobile devices sold in the North American nation must be carrier unlocked. In addition, Canadian telecoms will be barred from charging people with unlocking fees.
This sounds truly great, however, such practices are employed by carriers all around the world. As such, many of you might …

from PhoneArena – News
via Telephone Engineers

from Blogger
via Telephone Engineer Warrington

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