Here in Canada we pay extremely high prices for our cell phones and cable in comparison to countries like Australia, United Kingdom and United States of America.
This is unethical and not okay. It's time we stand up for our hard-earned dollars and demand limitations be put in place to stop the wallet gouging of hard-working Canadians.
We must force our telecommunications companies to provide Canadians better service for the astronomically high price they're forced to pay for what is a necessity to function in our high-tech society in Please act now and sign your name below to show the CRTC Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission that we've had ENOUGH and demand a change to our current telecommunications laws and regulations to implement a limit on price and an immediate increase in service provided for both existing and new customers. Once you've signed please take the time to share with your friends and family as this affects us all and together we can make a big difference and be heard!
Celina London - concerned and annoyed Canadian. Hang up, wait five minutes to clear the line or use another phone to call your bank.
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