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The sorry state of affairs in the US mobile marketplace

Phoneboy’s done a wicked study comparing the services costs between the USA and Indonesia… worth a read

Link: Reality Check: Wireless Service In Indonesia

The CTIA says that other operators worldwide want to become more like the U.S. carriers. No wonder: they’d love to get away with charging for service they don’t provide, and overcharging for the services they do provide, just like U.S. mobile operators! Pity most people in this country haven’t seen how it works elsewhere to know there’s a better way, let alone demanded it.

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