There is an article on the CBC website worth reading that talks about the current propaganda campaign being waged by Bell, Rogers and Telus.
According to the OECD’s 2013 Communications Outlook which looks at telecommunications services in the world’s leading 34 industrialized countries, Canada ranks among the ten most expensive countries when it comes to the rates we are charged for cell phone services. When you combine the high cost with the poor customer service many of us receive, it’s unimaginable to me that Bell, Rogers and Telus think we wouldn’t welcome additional competition to help drive down cell phone costs in Canada.
With a Rainfall warning and a Freezing rain warning in effect, today is a perfect 10. A perfect telecommuting day that is, when instead of having a white knuckle driving experience and ending up in “as we say in the country” the rhubarb or, worse.
Now the Bell after 32 months has finally restored my DSL connection to a usable 6M connection I’ll be busy giving WebEx and GotoAssist a workout.
More on my hiatus from northerntelework.ca and my epic struggle with Bell Canada later.
It’s great to be back.
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