Rules are rules... Or at least they should be. TELUS, at least, has a right to protest this ruling... It was only a few years ago, that the CRTC slapped TELUS around about the % of Verizon ownership, and forced the stake to be reduced.
The CRTC ruled on this matter, Industry Canada shouldn't over-rule it, without grounds... And "Negative Press" isn't grounds enough.
Not that I love the CRTC - if Industry Canada disbanded them tomorrow, I'd be very happy - all I'm saying is that IC and the CRTC can't choose which rulings to enforce, and which to ignore... It opens the whole process up to debate and doubt.
But then again, maybe that's not such a bad thing, after all?
Re: Still no pricing plans
said by EUS:Nothing on their web site yet on prices that justifies all the excitement. Once they publish rates, then people can decide whether this is a good thing or maybe a really good thing.
What a "happy" looking website they have.
Where are the pricing plans that let me see the competition that is to come?
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HAHAHA B(H)ell, Ro(bb)gers and Telus lost 3% of there stock prices today. Great news.
said by dpkform:It means one less wireless provider (hmm...a new provider allowed, but one less from a merger), less competition in the enterprise segment, and a bunch of people out of work.
whooaaa - won't that be a big change......umm.... not....
Right, that doesn't sound like much change.
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Re: Leaked Prices
said by Gixxer:The leaked prices are no where close to what even Bell or Telus has.
Re-read what I wrote. Did I even once mention Rogers?
for 80$ you can get unlimited text, data, voice and voicemail.
This has never been seen as far as I know in our country.
said by Tristan:Keep on dreaming.
Now if we could only get some competition for high-speed internet.