Alec Saunders has a great post on the harm caused by Canada's uncompetitive mobile data rates.
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The Seaboard Group has a study that points to a significant decline in mobile data rates in Canada since June, particularly for Bell and Telus customers. That timing coincides with the release of the iPhone and the mounting criticism of Canada's lack of competitiveness in mobile data pricing.
JD Power has released a survey that unsurprisingly finds that Canadians are unhappy with their choice of wireless services, particularly with respect to price competitiveness.
Mark Goldberg notes that Bell has announced an unlimited data plan for wireless connection cards at a reasonable $75 per month (plus system access fees bumping up the price to $84). The catch? The fine print includes: You shall not use or allow others to use the Service or your […]
Appeared in the Toronto Star on July 23, 2007 as Time to Revamp Mobile Internet Pricing The promise of an always-on mobile Internet – delivered through cellphones and wireless devices – has long been touted as the next stage in the evolution of electronic communication and commerce. That next stage […]