The Globe and Mail’s Jennifer Stoddart asked Canadians whether they’d like to pay $50 a month for fibre optic internet and whether they want to subscribe to Dish.
Here’s what they had to say:Can you get cable from a house?
Jennifer Stoddard: Sure.
Can you buy fibre optic cables?
Jennifer Smith: Sure, and we have a lot of them right now, I guess.
Can I have internet from my house?
What about cord cutters?
Jennifer Stone: We have some that are able to do so.
What about those who just can’t get cable?
Jennifer Mavridis: It’s probably a good idea to have a bit of cable from somewhere because you can’t have all the different things you want on your phone.
Jennifer Stouder: Yes, if you’re in a rental, we have that, and if you want to do the occasional internet thing, it’s good to have some cable from that area.
I have a question, but can you do it from the house?
Jennifer Smith: No.
Jennifer Stone, Jennifer Mavranis and Jennifer Mavette are joined by host and journalist Jennifer Stoudenbeck to talk about Canada’s internet needs.