By Perry HoffmanTHE ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC Co-operation and Development (OECD) biennial study on comparing wireless markets should be viewed for what it is: a limited analysis comparing four wireless plans in Canada with other OECD nations, says a new report from Nordicity.The report, International Wireless Market Comparison, prepared for Telus, argues that OECD analyses are suspect because they only compare advertised prices. Instead, it says, a full understanding requires a look not only at price but other important factors. “Cost should only be considered as part of an international wireless comparison – rather than the definitive factor,” states Nordicity, noting that elements...
Take “limited” OECD wireless report with grain of salt: Nordicity
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