If you are a customer with one of “The Big Three,” there is a 100% certainty you are being gouged. It’s just a fact.
Don’t take our word for it. This is from a recent article in the Huffington Post:
Calling in Canada is really expensive, especially long distance and international calling from Canada…
Unfortunately, the telecom industry in Canada is controlled by just a few leading providers: Telus, Rogers, and Bell. They offer nationwide all-inclusive packages (voice, data, and text), but their long distance and international calling is very expensive. What’s more, it’s easy to run out of call credits and then additional minutes are even pricier, at $ 0.30 to 0.50 per minute.
So is it fair for just a couple of big telecom companies to have such a monopoly on long distance and international calling that it makes it difficult and expensive for hard-working Canadians to reach their loved ones?
Nope. It’s not. And that’s why we are taking a stand.
Worldline provides unlimited Canadian long distance with our Call Canada plan for only $3.95/month, and not only can you use it on your home phone, you can use it on your cell phone as well!
Next, do you have to make International calls? That’s where the big three really stick it to you. It’s a cash grab of the first degree and people simply accept these outrageous charges because they don’t know they have options.
Here’s what we have to offer: You can call more than 50 countries around the world for only $14.95/month – and you can talk your face off and not worry about any surprises on your bill. Oh, and, again your cell phone works with it too. Learn more about Worldline’s Call the World.
Stop giving “The Big Three” so much money. As you can see, they simply haven’t earned it.
Worldline – Taking Stand for Canadians who are overcharged for their long distance.