Yeah, hopefully, let’s see…
This is a oligopoly :( The cost of the infrastructure is to high to be a real competition.
This can happen if the company are oblige to open to the MVNO, but check what happen to the internet reseller :(
Promises... always just promises...
I hope you are right
Why do I think of Naked Eyes right now?
Ahuahauhau it took a while for me... Honestly, it was totally accidental
I know, I know loll
20gb for not even 2$ in India!!?? Bonkers
Still too expensive IMHO
Thanks for the food for thought
Freedom mobile looks promising!
Not sure, but let's see what they have to offer
Looks promising, so far - so good.
got a warning from Whizz team for posting material and pricing from the carrier bought by Quebecor
it goes against community guidelines from posting pricing details and links to a Quebecor subsidiary even though it is a sister company...
no so more mention here of any other providers including Fizz parent / or sister companies
be aware 😲
Don't worry, just don't mention the name of another company next time 😉.
Thanks for the heads up!
You can probably report them but you cannot advertise another provider on Fizz forum 🤐🙃
Thanks for letting us know
Good to know that
Be careful guys! It's still a Fizz forum...
We have the worst data rates in the continent.
Keep in mind Fizz is the only one with rollover in Canada.
It's so crazy!!
I recommend the Canadaland episode about this! https://www.canadaland.com/podcast/monopoly-4-teleconned/
Great podcast ! learn some insights about the canadian telco history !
so everything boils down to the Fed inaptitude to maintain an healthy competitive market by protecting telco interests, disregarding consumers benefits, allowing concentration over decades..as well as provincial gov. by letting Bell to take over local telcos, crippling competition, shutting down small businesses !
you can also follow openmedia.org : a Canadian non-partisan, non-profit advocacy organization working to encourage open and innovative communication systems within Canada. Its stated mission is "to advance and support a media communications system in Canada that adheres to the principles of access, choice, diversity, innovation and openness."
oooooh thanks for the tip re openmedia!