Rogers, Bell, and Telus sued by Canadian Competition Bureau for misleading ads


Canada’s Competition Bureau has announced that it is suing some of the country’s largest wireless providers a total of $ 31 million due to “misleading advertising.” The bureau says that, following a five-month investigation, it found that Rogers, Bell, and Telus, along with the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, were using misleading ads to promote the sale of “premium-rate digital content” such as ringtones and horoscopes — the problem was customers weren’t aware of the costs.

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