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Lower cost products

Lower cost products is the products introduced to compete with existing brands by offering a price advantage. The internet spawned a series of free products with the idea of building market share so the firm would have a customer base for marketing other products owned by the firm. For example, Eudora light, the e-mail reader software, was an entry with this strategy.

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