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Kruz
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6/30/2014 | 10:59:29 AM
Re: rcs
I was asking how they intend to offer it to their customer base. How do they intend to generate revenues out of it. Will it be a service that you have to pay for, or on line with the joyn moto- just there? I remember two years ago at the rcs summit, sk telecom representative announced launching rcs but clearly stated they had no idea how to price it.
mendyk
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6/30/2014 | 10:16:49 AM
Re: Dismantling Google
And it's totally unironic that the threat to fight Google's dominance and hegemony is coming from Germany.
Ray@LR
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6/30/2014 | 9:43:00 AM
Re: Dismantling Google
It's interesting that one country thinks it might be able to instigate the 'dismantling' of Google... another example of old world mentalities not really applying to the modern information society. 
Ray@LR
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6/30/2014 | 9:41:28 AM
Re: rcs
"Under which model is it going to be offered in DT?"

 

What do you mean here Kruz? Not sure what you are asking...

 

RCS is a way for operators to offer their own OTT-like unified comms to their customers, and I think you are right in that it is too little too late and still using many of the same traditional principles that have left the telcos trailing in the OTT providers' wake.
Kruz
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6/30/2014 | 9:28:31 AM
Dismantling Google
And then what about Amazon?What kind of monopoly is that? What google offers is not something you absolutely need but rather something you can live without.

That's a service people actually use, and like.
Kruz
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6/30/2014 | 9:00:56 AM
rcs
RCS is taking to much time to be adopted by operators. And it's its coming in times where OTT players have cemented their relationship with the user. Under which model is it going to be offered in DT?


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