Of course consumers have to take a lot of the blame too for falling for the subsidized phone, 2-year contract business model. Because we get suckered into what appear to be cheap phones up front, we pay more over time on the contract.
On the other hand, there is no incentive for consumers to go contract-free since they don't get better rates even if the phone is paid for.
Americans Are Paying Way Too Much Much For LTE, Says New Study | Cult of Android
The first time you purchase your first LTE-capable smartphone, the biggest shocker of the device isn’t how wicked fast LTE download speeds are, it’s how sinisterly expensive it is to pay for all that …
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