Canadians need more wireless choices
Canadians experience some of the highest prices and slowest speeds for Internet service - and these prices and speeds vary widely across the country. Canada’s telecom market is dominated by three companies, leaving Canadians with less choice for prices and services. We need to demand choice in our wireless sector. Stand up for the future of Internet access and sign the petition: http://demandchoice.ca
Article by Matt Fairley for the CBC:
When comparing the price of internet services with those in other countries, Canadians think they're paying too much for too little — but in some ways, it's the variance in rates across the country that really stands out.
Compared with similar telecom services like wireless and television, the cost of broadband internet across Canada varies greatly between provinces. Western Canadians tend to pay the least, while prices in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island are the highest.
But those same Atlantic customers have more unlimited plans available, while customers in Ontario and Quebec are likely to pay the most per gigabyte of data. Read more »
Read the full article at cbc.ca