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Morgan StanleyVoice: eSIMS May Rewire The Mobile Market

Most consumers are all too familiar with today's mobile business model: Handsets are “free" or heavily subsidized upfront, and the costs are recouped over the course of long-term contracts with higher monthly charges. Your phone ties you to your carrier and your carrier to your phone. That way of doing business [...]
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