It is clear that some countries offer service at consistently lower prices than others. The United States tends to fall in a band of countries that charge higher prices to individual wireless consumers for everything except pure voice service where prices are comparable. Cost structures and business models undoubtedly vary as a result of the level of competition and innovation in each country and it is essential that in the countries that have high prices such as the U.S., we carefully consider additional steps that could be taken with respect to encouraging competition or imposing regulation such that the US becomes an engine of innovation for better and more competitively priced service offerings.
To tell you the truth the funny part about this is that the cellular providers in the US limit there own market cap pretty oppressively. Yes; they charge both ways on communications and charge more etc, but if they did not the market would grow extensively making it more of a standard communication wise in the US. If they did that there financial gains as well as consistency would go through the roof. You also have to understand one thing. Supporting landlines costs extensively more in many aspects including adaptation, repair, manpower, land and other considerations as well. Wireless communication is so much more wide reaching as well as maintainable! It sounds like many things in America today shoot yourself in the leg before a foot race so you can expand your wallet because everyone will feel sorry for you and give you money to go to the doctor. Basically it makes no sense in many ways.
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