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Canadian wireless pricing some of the highest in the developed world: report | Daily Hive Vancouver

Canadian wireless pricing some of the highest in the developed world: report | Daily Hive Vancouver

It’s no secret that Canadians pay far too much for wireless data. It’s recently gotten so bad that a number of Canadian telecom giants have been going head to head trying to offer customers cheap(er) data plans and device financing options. But how does Canada’s wireless pricing compare to the rest of the world? A new […]

Wireless Service Prices Are Climbing Across the Board | The Motley Fool

Wireless Service Prices Are Climbing Across the Board | The Motley Fool

Sprint (NYSE:S) recently introduced new tiered-pricing for its unlimited data plans, following in the footsteps of AT&T (NYSE:T), T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS), and Verizon (NYSE:VZ). Interestingly, Sprint’s new “Unlimited Basic” plan doesn’t offer a discount off of its existing unlimited plan despite removing or decreasing some of the features of the plan. In fact, some subscribers would […]

Firm backs cost-based pricing study for broadband | The Guardian

Firm backs cost-based pricing study for broadband | The Guardian

Estream Networks, has risen in support of the move by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to reposition the Nigerian telecom industry ecosystem in the area of determining appropriate cost-based pricing for retail broadband services. Muyiwa Ogungboye, chief executive officer, Estream Networks, said the recent event on cost study for the determination of cost-based pricing for […]

Wireless Phone Service Pricing Has Crept Up for the Past Year | Fortune

Wireless Phone Service Pricing Has Crept Up for the Past Year | Fortune

The past year has seen fading competition over price. In the mobile market of the summer of 2016, it’s good to be a data hog—or at least a family with a couple of data hungry teens. Frugal data sippers and those struggling to pay the monthly bill aren’t getting the same treatment. Prices have been […]

Telecom shares take a plunge | The Nation

Telecom shares take a plunge | The Nation

SHARE PRICES of the four major telecom operators declined heavily yesterday on the possible negative impacts of the surprising outcomes of last week’s auction of licences on the 900-megahertz spectrum. Advanced Info Service (AIS) shares plummeted 19.43 per cent to close at Bt155.50, while those of Total Access Communication (DTAC) slid 26.97 per cent to […]

Phone plans to get cheaper: Here’s why | News.com.au

Phone plans to get cheaper: Here’s why | News.com.au

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has proposed that the price for an Australian mobile network to receive an SMS should be 0.03 cents per SMS, down from around 15 cents — a price which has remained unchanged for 10 years despite advances in technology. It has also proposed the price of terminating calls on […]

Pricing News Daily > 2/2/15

Pricing News Daily > 2/2/15

Pricing News Daily is a digest of top pricing strategy in the news, strategy expert and technology leader’s thought leadership, industry news and events, and resources for pricing professionals. This Edition is Sponsored by: Strategic Pricing Solutions Strategic Pricing Solutions, LLC (SPS) is a management consulting firm helping clients with pricing strategies, data analytics, and pricing […]

Telcos hold out in $40bn price war | The Australian

Telcos hold out in $40bn price war | The Australian

THE nation’s top telcos are holding fire on plans to trigger a price war in the $40 billion-a-year telecom sector despite the promise of an accelerated National Broadband Network rollout this year and continued competition from sales of Apple’s iPhone 6. According to new analysis from Citi, the nation’s top telecom companies including Telstra, Optus, […]

A Flurry of Varying Cellphone Offers Sows Confusion Among Consumers | NYTimes

A Flurry of Varying Cellphone Offers Sows Confusion Among Consumers | NYTimes

“I think we’re propagating some confusion in the marketplace — us as an industry,” Glenn Lurie, the new chief executive of AT&T Mobility, said in a recent interview. “There’s been so much noise that customers are getting confused.” It all started nearly two years ago, when T-Mobile USA killed the traditional two-year contract, a move […]

Pricing News Daily > 7/24/14

Pricing News Daily > 7/24/14

Pricing News Daily is a digest of top pricing strategy in the news, strategy expert and technology leader’s thought leadership, industry news and events, and resources for pricing professionals. This Edition is Sponsored by: Asia Pricing Professionals Asia Pricing Professionals (APP) is a not-for-profit community of pricing management practitioners. Our key objective is to raise the […]