Read each of the short passages given below and answer the questions that follows it.
Cellular phone services are being provided by two companies in each telecom circle. These companies were awarded the contracts based on the licence fees they agreed to pay the government and were selected on a competitive basis. Cellular phone service providers have found that their profits are much less than they expected - in fact in most cases they are losing money.
Which of the following can be inferred from the above passage?
- All the cellular phone service providers have been operating inefficiently.
- The government was wrong in allowing private provision of cellular services.
- Cellular service providers have been unable to match performance to plan.
- Paging services have eaten into the revenue of the cellular services.