Cell phone services in Canada are too expensive

Canadians continue to pay very high prices for data services. As a result, our data usage is artificially reduced, causing concerns for an economy trying to grow innovative services.

Canadian consumers are being hit with the worst of both worlds: less data use per month than the vast majority of OECD countries alongside over a billion dollars in overage fees.

Source: The Consequence of Uncompetitiveness: Canadians Ration Wireless Data As Monthly Usage Ranks Among the Lowest in the OECD – Michael Geist

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