Comments on news posted 2011-02-07 08:57:44: With the CRTC reviewing their usage-based billing order after unprecedented Canadian consumer backlash, some carriers are now backing off their planned punitive low cap, high overage pricing models -- at least until the smoke clears. ..
"Primus was a strong opponent of the UBB effort and argued that the planned pricing was in no way tied to reasonable, real-world economics."
In other words, "we were going to stick it up your arses, we truly were, but the tides changed." Best be believing they will catch you on the rebound though. Just wait until the CRTC sticks the UBB up the Canadians's collective A_s_S! -- The weekend is here, grab a can of beer!
what get me is why this open to debate in the forum. or even why is primus still in an ad hoc forum. put it in the canadian forum where it belongs, unlock the thread and let the people speak. this is just nuts the way primus has been throttled/silenced on this board
Primus decided to be safe, and apply UBB based on the originally approved tariffs in TN7181. The fact that in the end, when the tariffs weren't applied, they did the right thing, and will reverse the charges.
I can't fault them for that. -- MNSi Internet - »www.mnsi.net