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Wrong number has new meaning

Patrick Connolly of UTR Global was recently mentioned in Garry Marr's column in the Financial Post:

UTR Global says Canadians are overpaying for cellphones because telecommunication companies do not make the consumer aware of better pricing options, bill for service that has been disconnected or get the wrong rate or plan.

"Right now it's only available for business. Eventually the application will be available for consumers," he says about the software, called Audit Assistant, which costs $30,000 and allows companies to input their electronic telecommunications bill into the application, which then spits out a savings report.

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