A recent study compared monthly cell phone bills in 30 developed countries. A caller in the Netherlands who talks on the cell phone for 13 hours and sends about 50 text messages a month, would pay about $11. Denmark, Finland and Sweden also are inexpensive. It turns out the U.S. is the most expensive. The same caller would pay $53 dollars --or twice the average.
Study: U.S. Has Most Expensive Cell Phone Bills
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