Canada has some of the most expensive internet pricing in the world

Tired of all the big telefaks, oxio (Canada most transparent ISP) ultimately helps Canadians understand why their internet costs as much as it costs.

MONTREAL, May 31, 2022 / CNW Telbec / – The Internet in Canada is not well known for its transparency. Or its fair prices. Or its healthy competition. And it doesn’t look like it’s going to get any better. On May 26, 2022 the Government denied three petitions asking it to overturn the controversial decision of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) which raised wholesale internet prices for independent internet service providers (ISPs).

We are ox.  We are an independent internet provider and we want to change the way people think about internet access.  (CNW Group / Oxygen)

We are ox. We are an independent internet provider and we want to change the way people think about internet access. (CNW Group / Oxygen)

In LaPresse on May 28, 2022 Marc-André Campagnathe CEO and co-founder of oxiotalked about the government’s call for innovation (the only good thing to get out of the on May 26th ad) explaining that oxio relies on a cloud-based operating system and total transparency to lower prices: “We are an innovative player in the industry, we are probably the only independent that is growing today. […] We have the flexibility that others don’t have. “

The opacity and lack of competition in the Canadian telecom market has already forced one of the country’s largest independent ISPs to sell to Bell. So how can the little kids help lower internet prices if the CRTC and the Government continues to adhere to the big telcos? Education.

oxio decided to share why its internet costs as much as it costs. Ilia price collapse shows you how they spend every dollar you give them. This is not necessarily a revolutionary move, but it is unheard of in the telecommunications industry.

“Breaking down our prices is our way of educating people about how internet business works. We want people to know and understand where their money is going and why their internet costs so much, so much, so much, so much. The murky world of telecommunications has always kept us going in the dark. We decided to do something about it. ” Says Marc-André.

The CRTC and the government’s tolerance of Canada Telco oligopoly, not to mention their falsification of wholesale prices and policy, will soon not make the internet more affordable. That’s where companies like oxio come in — innovating to keep prices low and ensuring healthy competition.

It’s all about oxio.ca.

oxio is an independent internet provider that wants to change the way people think about internet access. oxio thinks that the internet should not be a commitment. It should be useful. oxio is 100% online, does not make contracts, illegible tailors, or staggering prices. They are about fair and sustainable internet. Otherwise no longer a big telecom business. oxio is here to share the internet because the internet was made for everyone.

More on oxio.

How we evaluate our plans:
https://oxio.ca/en/blog/articles/how-we-price-our-plans

Mobile Syrup:
https://mobilesyrup.com/2022/04/10/trying-out-oxio-internet-in-ontario/

The Toronto Star:
https://www.thestar.com/business/2022/05/24/small-isps-say-competition-is-dying-ahead-of-federal-cabinet-ruling-on-internet-rates.html

More about recent government announcements:

CBC:
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/crtc-policy-directive-1.6467079

LaPresse:
https://www.lapresse.ca/affaires/entreprises/2022-05-28/tarifs-internet-de-gros/bea beaucoup-d-acteurs-independants-risquent-de-mourir.php

NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/26/technology/canada-internet-service.html

CBC Street Rogers + Shaw:
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/competition-bureau-rogers-shaw-merger-1.6446827

Listen to a discussion between Shawn and Marc-André on CBC Montréal’s Daybreak: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-15-daybreak-montreal/clip/15912259-would-salary-transparency-workplace

Some other blogs:

We are talking about a fair and sustainable internet — we even show you where every dollar you spend on the internet is.  Why?  Because we think it’s time for Canadians to have access to the internet that they need from a company that, well, really likes the internet.  (CNW Group / Oxygen)

We are talking about a fair and sustainable internet — we even show you where every dollar you spend on the internet is. Why? Because we think it’s time for Canadians to have access to the internet that they need from a company that, well, really likes the internet. (CNW Group / Oxygen)

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