Our job at OpenMedia.ca is to amplify citizens voices in the fight for our digital future. So when Canadians took action and told your tales at CellPhoneHorrorStory.ca, we listened and used your comments to inform our crowdsourced submission to the CRTC’s proceeding on a national code of conduct to protectContinue reading
For the past month we’ve been asking you to share your Cell Phone Horror Stories to tell decision-makers at the CRTC what steps to take in fixing our broken telecom market.
Today is the last da…
When several senior representatives from Telus asked us to meet with them we knew immediately what we wanted the meeting to include: direct citizen stories about disrespectful and expensive cell…Continue reading
As decision-makers at the CRTC continue to invite citizen input in developing a new wireless code, we’re continuing to share some of the stories that Canadians have sent in through CellPhoneHorrorStory.ca.
We’re making progress with having digital pol…
Michelle is all smiles after ending her relationship with Big Telecom Bell over increased costs and a monster twelve-page bill containing over 480 tethering charges she received earlier this year.
Visit CellPhoneHorrorStory.ca to share your experience…
When decision-makers at the CRTC announced they’d be gathering Canadians’ input into restructuring a new wireless code, you made your Big Telecom horror stories heard loud and clear.
While we continue to share your stories sent through CellPhoneHorror…
Canada’s wireless market has long been locked up by the Big Three giants at Rogers, Bell, and Telus who have mislead Canadians into accepting substandard customer service. It’s a chokehold t…Continue reading
Canadians have long been speaking out to safeguard affordable access to our communications – but only recently are we seeing digital policy decision-makers at the CRTC beginning to put public …Continue reading
If you had the chance – what would you say to the heads of Canada’s Big Telecom giants?
It’s a tiring process trying to talk with someone – anyone – from within Big Telecom who seems t…
For the past few weeks we’ve been asking you to share your CellPhoneHorrorStory.ca to tell decision-makers at the CRTC what steps to take in fixing our broken telecom market.
Now, we’re looking to feature some of the most engaging comments we’ve recei…
Over the past month, we’ve seen a number of decisions made by the CRTC that have resulted from Canadians speaking out against Big Telecom’s unfair practices.
The CRTC has shown they are willing…
Big Telecom’s increased control has contributed to Canadians feeling ‘cell-shocked’ by our broken telecom market. But if you had the chance to change anything about your wireless services, what would it be? Policy-makers at the CRTC are now opening up their decision-making process to Canadian input. Share your Cell PhoneContinue reading
The number of cell phone complaints increased this year by 35% – a spike that can be attributed to Big Telecom’s tightening grip over over our communications. But there is good news, as Canada’s communications policy makers at the CRTC have invited Canadian input in future decision-making. Speak out andContinue reading
After last week’s push to revive invasive Online Spying Bill C-30, police are now refusing to comment on whether they have accessed Canadians’ cell phone data without a warrant. Call on your MP to speak out against this intrusive expansion of surveillance powers at OpenMedia.ca/Stand. Article by Andrew MacLeod forContinue reading
As we encourage Canadians continue to share their CellPhoneHorrorStory.ca, your support has helped in getting the attention of policy makers and producing media coverage nationwide. The CRTC is taking notice of what you have to say, so we’re rallying your voices to get even louder. Share your horror stories andContinue reading
In a report released last week, Canada’s cell phone services received the notable dishonour of having the most complaints out of any telecommunications service. It’s time for these concerns with our broken telecom market to be addressed by the CRTC. Share your story through our online tool CellPhoneHorrorStory.ca and let’sContinue reading
In the wake of Canadians speaking out to StopTheTakeover.ca, CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais is emphasizing the importance of earning Canadians’ trust and input in future decision-making. Let’s ensure that this pledge to serving the public interest stands. Show the CRTC that Canadians are stuck in an unfair and expensive cellContinue reading
The CRTC decision on stopping Bell’s takeover has shown that Canadians are being heard. Now let’s continue to push forward in fixing our broken telecom market. Share your horror story at CellPhoneHorrorStory.ca and show the CRTC that Canadians are stuck in an unfair and expensive cell phone market. read moreContinue reading
Last week, the CRTC put forth a call for public comments to help shape the future of Canada’s wireless market. This week, we’re launching a new campaign to ensure that Canadian voices are heard loud and clear. With your support in speaking out, we’re already gaining traction in media outletsContinue reading