said by jduffy:
But it appears that demand thus justified the increase because people stayed with the service.
Remember, a product is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.
Yea, you don't seem to realize here in Canada we're the victims of a duopoly because of government deregulation of telecommunications.
It's not like if we don't like our current Telco we can go somewhere else for service.
Things have degraded to the point the 2 dominant telcos actually bought an NHL franchise together. Trust me, there's a rotten stench in the Telco barrel here in Canada. Price fixing has become a national sport. And the CRTC regulatory commission just bends over and takes it dry from Rogers and Bell.