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Too Many Mobile Phones in the Caribbean?

Bevil Wooding writes: "There are roughly 175 mobile telephones per 100 persons in the Caribbean island-state Trinidad and Tobago, according to the CIA World Factbook website. But some experts are now asking whether the high number of cellphones per citizen is actually a reflection of deficiencies in the telecommunications marketplace that deny users the true benefits of competition."

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