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Chicago Leads In Smartphone Thefts
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Thomas Claburn
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9/5/2013 | 9:08:19 PM
re: Chicago Leads In Smartphone Thefts
I suspect subsidy-based pricing contributes to losses. Were people forced to recognize that their smartphone costs $500 or $700, they might be more cautious with their expensive pieces of hardware.
David F. Carr
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9/5/2013 | 5:42:57 PM
re: Chicago Leads In Smartphone Thefts
Were there really significant differences between metro areas in the U.S.? Is it a matter of phone theft rings being more established in certain places?


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