See what Industry Minister Moore has to say about your sky-high cell phone bills
Canada’s new customer-friendly wireless rules will benefit cell phone users from coast to coast to coast.
Canada’s leading entrepreneurs and innovators are calling on Industry Minister James Moore to fix our broken wireless market by opening our networks to independent providers.
Residents living in rural and remote communities can face broadband Internet costs that are up to three to five times higher than in southern urban centres.
Big Telecom is spending a fortune to try to prevent greater choice and affordability in Canada's wireless market.
Big Telecom’s supporters claim that more choice and customer-friendly rules wouldn’t help Canada’s broken cell phone market, but we explain why this is exactly what is needed.
The Industry Minister’s inaction has left a vacuum for Big Telecom to act with impunity, as new charges are added to our bills for no reason, the author of this story, Catherine Hart, writes
Big Telecom justifies high prices by claiming that Canada’s size necessitates more costly services. The truth is, the lack of fair access to independent providers is the primary driver of high prices.
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