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ARPU remains flat for wireless service providers despite increase in data usage: CWTA

Briefs | 10/06/2021 6:29 pm EDT
Graph on data consumption, ARPU and average cost per 1GB of data in Canada from the PWC Report commissioned by CWTA (screenshot).

An industry association-sponsored study released Wednesday argued that wireless companies in Canada are providing customers with better value for their services at fairly even prices. 

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