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Sweety.I dont see any plans mentioned?
Develop existing business and network? That it?
Please dont call me sweety.Sweety.
You are in dead spot. I am pretty sure there were licensing requirements set by ICASA which iBurst failed to meet. The entire story with recent acquisition was just a fool play to further delay development of the network. This time guys at ICASA did a job properly. They must do it... USE it or LOOSE it.
What awaits? Bad service from iBurst or good service from Multisource? I can't figure that out from hello peter.Good luck guys!!!!!!. You are going to need it. A simple look at hello peter will give you great insight into what awaits you. Again good luck!!!!!!!!!. Tim
Interesting. Will be interesting to see how this unfolds. They are in a good position spectrum wise. Can dedicate all of it to LTE. 400 is a very small number of towers though. That is going to have expand and quickly if they want to capture the market. I wonder how they will configure their towers for range.
Thanks for the link. It is clear that there will be no national coverage in near future (or ever).