Mobile phones and the networks they run on have become an integral part of human life. Over time, prohibitively expensive mobile services have gradually become cheaper. However, prices are still too high, due to the enormous outlay required for infrastructure, communications hardware, personnel, repairs and maintenance. These costs are inevitably passed down to users via call and data package rates.
To make matters worse, companies are reluctant to offer free services, with extras being charged for at every turn. Excessive paperwork and overly complex and restrictive contracts are also major turn-offs
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