MB gov’t wants your say on internet, cable TV bills

The Manitoba government has 20 questions they want you to answer about the contracts you have to sign when you subscribe to cable TV or telephone and internet service.

The Consumer Protection Office is gauging public sentiment toward the contracts offered with regard to cancellation fees, special introductory offers and charges for a bill that comes in the mail.

Consumer Protection Minister Ron Lemieux says contracts and bills should be clear and upfront, and says nobody should be surprised by something after getting locked into a contract.

The survey is available on the government’s website either to be completed online or printed and then mailed in.

The survey can be found at the following link:  www.gov.mb.ca/cca/cpo/cable_tv_public_consultation.html

— Garth Hilderman

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