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    #1

    to come at a lower price point

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    Payments group that came at a much lower price point.
    Does it mean that group offered its services at lower prices than others?
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    Re: to come at a lower price point

    I think he means that group's payments were lower than other similar groups.
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    Re: to come at a lower price point

    Maybe 'price point' has a specific meaning in the world of marketing; but whenever I've seen it, it seems to me that plain price would do just as well.

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