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The latest edition of an annual federal study finds Canada, along with the U.S., still has the highest telecom prices among G7 countries.
Canada risks “reverting to a monopoly” for internet services due to requirements the small players say they can’t meet.
“We are making changes for virtually our entire customer base.”
The average Canadian household downloads 93 gigabytes a month.
Dial-up Internet speeds at broadband prices...