Case taking on Nets
It is good that case is taking on Nets for the impending increases in its levy. And I support Yeo Guat Kwang's reasoning. 'They have been given this monopolistic mode of operation because we see this as a basic infrastructure, to provide a basic mode of payment for all Singaporeans. So, they can't just come out and tell Singaporeans now "I see this as...a commercial decision."' Well said and well reasoned. I hope Case will use the same logic and take on other monopolistics infrastructure businesses and stop them from squeezing the people. Infrastructure and essential services were given monopolistic businesses as a service to the country and people. They must not be allowed to hijack them and keep raising their fees using commercial decision as an excuse. Lets see which monopolistic infrastructure organisation is next on Case's list. Keep up the good work, Case.