Last week, I posted what I thought was a lengthy post on the state of Canadian wireless competition (and
followed that with a condensed version in a column).
Telus' Craig McTaggart showed what a long post actually looks like as he issued a 42 page response to my post as
well as recent posts by Peter Nowak (here and here) and Open Media. While I won't address everything in McTaggart's post
- Nowak responds
here and Open Media can address the issues focused on their writing if they
wish - a few responses are in order.
McTaggart is clearly
passionate about these issues, going so far as to suggest that claims
Canada's wireless market is uncompetitive is an "insult to TELUS'
Yet while he decries the use of older data, confusion of
different issues, and cherry picking some statistics, he proceeds to do
exactly that in his response.