There is a warung (small roadside shop) called Toko Eka Makassar. Despite its name, the kiosk is not located in the South … More
Phone manufacturers have suffered declines in demand for high-end phones costing over $1,000 as the global economy slowed. They consequently shifted their business focus to less premium or midrange phones. If the price threshold for high-end phones has been set at $1,000, what should be the standard for “affordable” ones? Would it help users justify their handset changes?