The iPhone, while highly subsidized here in the U.S., can still feel pricey. Most Apple products are. But in Russia, where there isn’t the same long-term commitment/subsidy pricing, the iPhone costs upwards of $1,000.
And the country’s largest mobile service provider, OAOMobile TeleSystems (MTS), isn’t happy about it.
“They’re more in a dictatorship mode where they say, ‘This is what you… → Read More