Europeans Pay Less for Mobile Use, but at a Cost

Europeans are paying almost two-thirds less for their cellphone contracts than their counterparts in the United States, according to a report to be published Thursday by the British telecommunications regulator.The report comes as many of the Continent’s largest cellphone operators lag international rivals like Verizon Wireless and China Mobile on investing in mobile infrastructure, including high-speed data networks.
www.nytimes.com/2013/12/12/business/international/europeans-pay-less-for-mobile-use-but-at-a-cost.htmlAlso see:New York Asks Cellphone Carriers to Explain Why They Rejected Antitheft Switch
New York State’s top prosecutor is investigating why American cellphone carriers have yet to embrace antitheft software on Samsung smartphones, raising questions about possible coordination among the biggest carriers.
www.nytimes.com/2013/12/11/technology/new-york-asks-cellphone-carriers-to-explain-why-they-rejected-antitheft-switch.html

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