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CRTC holds hearings on cell phone contracts

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The government regulator, the CRTC, is considering a code of conduct for Canada's wireless cellphone carriers.

If that code gets a green light, things like hidden fees, bill shock and unclear contracts could be something you don't have to worry about anymore.

To get a sense of the discussions at hearings hosted by the CRTC and how your wallet could be affected, we spoke with Steve Anderson, the executive director of

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