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Cara Latham
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Cara Latham,
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1/29/2013 | 1:53:10 PM
re: Google Silent About Wireless Experiment
I wouldn't mind signing up for Google as a service provider. I am a fan of their products, and I believe I would be satisfied with their services.
MyW0r1d
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MyW0r1d,
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1/25/2013 | 10:44:19 PM
re: Google Silent About Wireless Experiment
I'm still anxious to see results from their Kansas City gigabit fiber network. Mobile support (without 15 pages of limitations or qualifiers) would certainly be the next welcome step.
GAProgrammer
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GAProgrammer,
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1/25/2013 | 9:33:51 PM
re: Google Silent About Wireless Experiment
That possible, if you are willing to part with all your personal information and have banner ads on your TV and desktop ;)
Thomas Claburn
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1/25/2013 | 8:07:58 PM
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If Google does go national, I'm hoping for a data plan that combines mobile and home Internet service with no data caps, voice service, and video content, at a reasonable price.
jhj1623
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jhj1623,
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1/25/2013 | 8:06:52 PM
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Wrong. Look for this to relate to a gateway or terminal for O3B.
Deirdre Blake
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Deirdre Blake,
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1/25/2013 | 3:31:43 PM
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I wouldn't mind having Google jump into the service provider arena (lord knows we could use the competition, at least here in Northern California), but its much more exciting to imagine that they are testing something more inventive and cutting edge. "Experimental Wireless System" Hmmmm....Secret decoder rings, perhaps?


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