Bell, Rogers and Telus have two years to reduce their rates by 25 percent and the change will be enforced by the government.
Canadians are finding loopholes to avoid paying for one of the expensive domestic smart phone plans in Canada from carriers like Bell, Rogers and Telus.
The number of Canadian filing complaints against the telecom companies increased by thousands this year.
Competition Bureau suggests changes could open door for 40 percent savings for some smart phone plans in Canada.
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