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SyrupCast 42: The Double Cohort MP3

This week, Douglas is back! What, you want more? Fine: we also have a great conversation. The topics this week include the end of three-year contracts and the so-called Double Cohort, which will allow millions of Canadians to leave their contracts on June 3rd without paying a dime. Also on the cards are the rise of unlocked phones, and they relate to the relative value of phone contracts; as subsidies decrease, custo... Source: mobilesyrup.com

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