Leave it to the head of Canada's most disliked cellular provider, Rogers CEO Nadir Mohamed, to whine that Canada doesn't need a fourth major cellphone company.
Okay, Nadir, how bout we put that to the test. Let's put it to every Rogers customer and former customer from the past three years and see what they think. No, not interested? Yeah, didn't think so.
It's well documented that Canadians get lousy service and pay exorbitant prices for the privilege. That's on you, Nadir. So, sure, let in the competition and let's up the game.
And, while we're at it, we might consider doing the same thing with our cable television cabal. They too charge way too much for crappy product. They too have forfeited their right to a quasi-monopoly. And yes, by "they", I mean you too Shaw.