Canada's disappearance from the list comes just as the country was poised to show improvement.
Meanwhile, a report argues there's nothing wrong with Canadian wireless prices, so let's ditch our federal regulator.
“We are making changes for virtually our entire customer base.”
Maybe they can, but they haven't yet.
"Exploittive" fees violated consumer protection rules, lawsuit alleges.
The new PM will be a breath of fresh air on the environment -- it's impossible to be any worse than his predecessor -- and he will take the leash off federal scientists, or so he has promised. However, one area the Liberals aren't expected to deliver any good news in are telecommunications services.
There's a lot at stake here -- if Canada continues on the path the current government has set it on, then harmful policies on surveillance, Internet censorship, and Big Telecom dominance could be locked in place for a generation, and hold back our digital economy. Canadians deserve better.
Customers of Wind Mobile in Toronto will be able to do something that customers of the big telecom companies won’t, at least
Over the last year, we've seen the CRTC publish customer-friendly new rules for wireless, set up a special task force to investigate extortionate roaming fees, and start a conversation with Canadians about the Future of Television (and watching TV content online!) Things are starting to change.
Canadians have been speaking out in huge numbers about the government's mass surveillance of law-abiding citizens. For some time now, debate has focused on how many of our telecom companies appear to be cooperating with warrantless surveillance requests from government agencies.