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A customer tries the Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone at a store in Seoul Aug. 26, 2012. Apple Inc’s decisive triumph over Samsung Electronics in the most closely watched patent trial in years could open the door for Microsoft Corp. to finally hop on board the mobile boom as manufacturers of Android-based smartphones and tablets weigh their legal risks. (LEE JAE-WON/REUTERS)
A customer tries the Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone at a store in Seoul Aug. 26, 2012. Apple Inc’s decisive triumph over Samsung Electronics in the most closely watched patent trial in years could open the door for Microsoft Corp. to finally hop on board the mobile boom as manufacturers of Android-based smartphones and tablets weigh their legal risks. (LEE JAE-WON/REUTERS)

Vote: What's the main thing you'd like the CRTC to focus on? Add to ...

What's the main thing you'd like the CRTC to focus on?

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Getting rid of TV bundles and allowing more choice in which channels I pay for

 

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Ensuring all Canadians have reliable and inexpensive media and telecom services

 

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Putting an end to telemarketing calls and e-mail spam

 

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Scrapping Canadian content rules and allowing more U.S. content

 

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Encouraging competition to force down phone, TV and Internet rates

 

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