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Mon Mar 8 15:30:16 PST 2010
There exists a large number of companies that make large profits largely
because they sell based on what they think the customer will pay. NDAs
keep customers from comparing prices, and competitors from competing on
price. This has been a pretty common telecom practice, though not NDA
specifically. This is why the "let me see a copy of your phone bill"
line is so ill-advised to be substantiated when talking to a new
provider. If you give them your phone bill, they know exactly where the
bar must be set to win.
On 3/8/2010 4:05 PM, Brian West wrote:
> Why on earth do you need an NDA for prices or any info a provider can
> send you... sounds pretty lame to me...
> On Mar 8, 2010, at 5:01 PM, David Knell wrote:
>> And don't forget the propensity of (wholesale) VoIP providers to
>> require an NDA to be faxed (or, if you're lucky, scanned and
>> e-mailed) before discussing pricing.
>> Without wishing to digress further, I find this utterly absurd, and
>> I've yet to find a satisfactory explanation of why it should be.
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