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dfkjsf

@ucalgary.ca

enough is enough... revolution is the only answer.

Shaw and the other cronies (Telus/Bell/Rogers) should be slammed hard for their anti competitive behaviours of the present and past. Open the borders to foreign competition who are salivating to tear them all apart. CRTC should be disbanded and all who have had decision making powers be jailed for anti competitive and anti consumer acts.

Its time for telecommunication revolution.

On top of that, appropriate all copper, cable, cell as well as fiber lines and declare them public. Build out fiber across the board (taxpayer funded, has the benefit to create jobs and all the good things about infrastructure investment) and invite companies to establish distribution companies on top of it. Such as what Tecksaavy does right now on rogers and bell's networks.

Everyone pays into the fund to maintain and upgrade the network proportionally based on the number of subscribers.

Enough is enough... These guys are getting subsidized, and on top of that we pay a premium for it all. If that ain't double dipping, then i don't know what is.


MM

@shawcable.net
More like triple dipping...

We pay, the government pays, then they want us to pay again for usage, heck won't be long before they pull a comcast and demand money from netflix and every competitor even tho they are making money on the content from online sources from overage fees. MORE MORE MORE for LESS LESS LESS

Sammer

join:2005-12-22
Canonsburg, PA
reply to dfkjsf
said by dfkjsf :

Shaw and the other cronies (Telus/Bell/Rogers) should be slammed hard for their anti competitive behaviours of the present and past. Open the borders to foreign competition who are salivating to tear them all apart. CRTC should be disbanded and all who have had decision making powers be jailed for anti competitive and anti consumer acts.

Its time for telecommunication revolution.

You're right. Canada is a strong country and it's nonsensical to think it will somehow cease to be an independent country if a little telecommunications competition is allowed.