Wireless Replacement Cost New Trends (2016)

Wireless Replacement Cost New Trends

Replacement Cost New Wireless Indexes provide the wireless industry replacement cost new (RCN) indexes that address the change in price over time, changes in technology and equipment capacity, and elements of functional obsolescence including excess capital and excess capacity from improvements in productive technology. 

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Update frequency: The data is applicable with a base year of 1/1/2017.

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Vintage: Suitable for 2017.  Trends updated through 2016.

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