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kq4ym
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kq4ym,
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8/22/2016 | 11:19:12 AM
Re: Using Fi
Finding clever and hopefully cost effective ways to move forward is certainly on Google's mind. Getting "heterogeneous networks that can transverse both public and private spectrum," seems to be one way to go, especially with the extra unregulated bandwidth to play around with in the next few years.
Gabriel Brown
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Gabriel Brown,
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8/15/2016 | 10:54:07 AM
Re: Using Fi
How many GBs did you use that month?

 

 
tojofay
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tojofay,
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8/15/2016 | 9:45:57 AM
Re: Using Fi
Project Fi by Google
Your monthly statement
Here's a quick summary of your August 14 statement:
Your total is $25.59
tojofay
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tojofay,
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8/15/2016 | 9:30:22 AM
Re: Using Fi
"if you're going to stay in a very small geographic window" This is false. You should try expanding your data beyond your friends. I travel back and forth acrosst the USA by car with very good results using Google Fi.
TV Monitor
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TV Monitor,
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8/15/2016 | 1:38:42 AM
SK Telecom commits to 28 Ghz Samsung 5G
Verizon and SK Telecom to co-develop 5G specs

SK Telecom, South Korea's largest mobile carrier, and the United States' biggest telco Verizon will work together to develop 5G technical specifications, the companies have announced.

http://www.zdnet.com/article/verizon-and-sk-telecom-to-co-develop-5g-specs/

28 Ghz mmwave 5G program was led by KT, the government owned telco(aka the public option in telecommunication), while the privately owned SK Telecom with a 50% market share shyed away from a full deployment commitment until now.

The agreement calls for SK and Verizon to take the jointly standardized 5G and ram it through the 3GPP as the global 5G standard.

SK Telecom's commitment increases fully committed backers of Samsung 5G to three telcos, KT, Verizon, and SK.
danielcawrey
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8/14/2016 | 7:05:23 PM
Using Fi
I know some people who use Fi, and if you're going to stay in a very small geographic window it is a good service with low cost. 

My thinking is that this HetNet stuff is all about expanding Fi. 


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