Of course, procedures and add-on software like this all cost money, making that "free" device the user pays for a costly little item indeed. This is what economists call an "externality," as it causes downside and risk for people who aren't making a decision.
If you really think it through, it may be cheaper for your company to provide Android devices-all with known configurations and identical hardware-instead of letting users bring their own.
Ah, the price of "free."
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