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OECD analyst says fourth competitor would lower mobile pricing

News | 07/12/2013 8:45 pm EDT

The presence of a fourth competing wireless carrier in each region of the country would reduce Canada’s mobile prices, which are above the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) average in all but one of five categories measured, OECD telecom analyst Agustín Díaz-Pínes said.

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