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vnewman
vnewman
1/28/2018 1:16:46 AM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
Agree @afwriter. Scale is everything.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
1/27/2018 5:19:38 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
They'll at least launch whatever they prefer to define as mobile 5G. ;) There are telcos that are saying they already pretty much have it.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
1/27/2018 5:18:45 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
@afwriter: Indeed, there are many parts of the US that don't even have reliable broadband or cellular coverage now.

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afwriter
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1/26/2018 11:47:58 PM
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Re: A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
12 markets is also not a whole country. Obviously, the U.S. is much larger than South Korea but if we are asking which country will have total coverage first it seems fairly obvious. 

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clrmoney
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1/26/2018 10:17:29 AM
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South Korea Leads 5G
I don't think I'm really surprised about foreign countires being in the lead because they have advanced technology that we would not have thought about or done yet. So I say to continue success and reach for the stars with 5G.

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elizabethv
elizabethv
1/26/2018 9:08:15 AM
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A lot of hands in the cookie jar.
"AT&T claims it will launch mobile 5G in 12 markets by late 2018,"

This should be interesting. Personally I feel like AT&T has been all over the place lately. Like they're trying to get into every corner they can find. I suppose it's a tactic, I just don't know how good of one it is. Do a bunch of things so-so or do a few things really well. Good or bad, at least in my opinion, the former seems to be what they're going for. 

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