New policy direction puts competition at the heart of CRTC policy
CHATHAM, ON, Feb. 26, 2019 /CNW/ - TekSavvy Solutions Inc. ("TekSavvy") today applauded the Government of Canada for ordering the CRTC to promote competition, affordability and consumers' interests while regulating Canada's telecommunications industry. The order directs the CRTC to place competition and consumer interests at the forefront of crucial regulatory proceedings.
"Today Minister Bains stood up for Canadian consumers and directed the CRTC to encourage all forms of competition in Canada's telecom sector. The CRTC must put competition and consumers' interests at the heart of its decision-making, pronto!" said Marc Gaudrault, TekSavvy's CEO.
"The government's proposed order today signals to the CRTC that competition is crucial for consumers, as TekSavvy customers can attest," says Andy Kaplan-Myrth, VP Regulatory & Carrier Affairs.
"The government understands that Canadians need consumer choice and competition. This direction will be a major win for telecom consumers, and it is heartening to see the Government of Canada reinforce the importance of competition and consumer interests," says Janet Lo, VP Privacy & Consumer Legal Affairs.
TekSavvy has been proudly serving Canadians with reliable telecom services for 20 years and has won numerous awards for the quality of its experience and for its commitment to fighting for and upholding consumers' rights online. With offices in Chatham, Ontario and Gatineau, Quebec TekSavvy is Canada's largest independent telecom service company with over 300,000 customers from coast to coast.
SOURCE TekSavvy Solutions Inc.
For further information: John Settino or Trevor Campbell, The iPR Group, 416-662-2955, firstname.lastname@example.org