Media Video: How much of a competition threat is Bell's Astral deal? Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Aug. 23 2012, 6:10 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Aug. 24 2012, 10:15 AM EDT The Globe's Simon Houpt and Steve Ladurantaye break down the meaning behind an online petition against the takeover -- started by Quebecor, Cogeco and Eastlink -- which has garnered 20,000 signatures Watch More Video: Market Call Tonight: Top picks from CastleMoore’s Hap Sneddon Another merger, another mega law firm: What this trend means Kevin O'Leary: Don't buy energy stocks, oil will keep falling These two U.S. dividend giants will raise payments soon Mining sector slump: Is crowdfunding the answer? ECB ready for big money Monday Thane Stenner on knowing whether you've saved enough for retirement What Canadians should know about crowdfunding and taxes Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Exploration Insights’ Brent Cook Work-life balance: Women want a lot more help, guys Investor Ross Beaty: Now's the time to look at the metals sector Ontario woman receives stranger's tax papers from Canada Revenue Agency The end of an era at Standard Chartered? Luxury dominates Geneva car show Tough February weather dents U.S. auto sales Are seniors delusional about debt? How Chile bounced back from its big quake BlackBerry’s new phone a leap of faith Bank of Canada likely to hold rates steady – for now Drawing Conclusions: What to do if you missed the RRSP deadline Comments AA More Related to this Story Cable firms call on consumers to foil BCE bid Telecom Video: Consumers to have more control over cable TV costs Video: What does Bell's Astral deal mean for consumers?