Elasticity of demand, Microeconomics

"Assume the local fixed telecommunications company is a monopoly. It costs the company €2 per month to give voice messages service to a customer. Elasticity of demand for voice messages service is 4/3 (at any price). Then the phone company will produce more money if it does offer its service at €5 per month than if it offers this service at €8 per month." Explain the statement in your own words.

 

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