OpenMedia.ca has released a study showing that Canadians believe our mobile Internet and phone market is dysfunctional and in desperate need of an overhaul.1 It is now extremely clear that Canadians are systematically mistreated by big telecom companies that control up to 94% of the market.2
The study includes an in-depth plan based on the input of thousands of Canadians. It’s called Time for an Upgrade: Demanding Choice in Canada's Cell Phone Market. In order for it to work we need as many Canadians as possible to send the plan to decision makers in Ottawa now. →
We shouldn’t have to live with excessively high telecom costs, restrictive contracts, and disrespectful customer service. It’s time for policy makers to take bold action to create a level playing field for service providers, encouraging independent service options and facilitating real choice.
Send policy makers in Ottawa our comprehensive roadmap to fix our broken cell phone market using the tool here →
 Canadians believe our mobile Internet and phone market is dysfunctional and in desperate need of an overhaul. Source: Time for an Upgrade Report
 Winseck, D. (2012, April 7). “Ask the Wrong Questions and . . . : the CRTC’s Review of Wireless Competition” in Mediamorphis. Retrieved from http://dwmw.wordpress.com/2012/04/07/ask-the-wrong-questions-and-the-crtcs-review-of-wireless-competition/