Jack Layton was in Toronto today where he announced his plan to put consumers first in the digital economy.
Stephen Harper is siding with the big service providers making digital services more expensive and less accessible. That’s bad for consumers. And it’s bad for our economy. 30 per cent of Canadian families still don’t have access to broadband.
The New Democrat plan unlocks cell phones, allowing consumers to change providers without changing phones. It protects Canadians from usage-based billing and other forms of price-gouging. And it ensures all Canadians have access to internet services.