"Good luck believing the downplay. I'm sure they entered the search engine and OS market "not" competing with the big dogs too. LOL "
Father smalls has a big T fetish, in his religion he is the high priest of defense. He has his own telecom transubstantiation process. In his holy grail all facts are stirred with fiction -- good news becomes bad news and prayers are never closed with amen -- it's always DTV = AOL...
I can blast your posts as ignorant and pathetic but it doesn't necessarily mean they are such. Your logic is absolutely horrible and you lack attention to detail which is a trademark of the Klown. I noticed you didn't bother eating crow after you incorrectly stated that GOP FCC commissioner was the chairman.
I do have to agree most of the Seeking Alpha pieces are a joke but once in awhile there is a great blogger piece that hits the mark.
Good luck believing the downplay. I'm sure they entered the search engine and OS market "not" competing with the big dogs too. LOL
AT&T Says It Will Match Google Fiber's Speed & Pricing, But Only If You Allow AT&T To Spy On You
Great piece that points out the lip service to the press while doing something quite the opposite. Stop and think about Google downplaying its ambitions with press lip service. Keeping looking over your shoulder because it isn't just Google you have to worry about with common carrier for ISPs. It also includes the Grande Communications companies (the co. who beat T and GOOG with fiber to the Austin market) across the country as well as the EPB of Chattanoogas (municipal power company) that want to build/expand but have been held back by infrastructure access and legislative red tape that had been erected by Cable and Telco cartel lobby efforts.
I have always posted AT&T is generally fine as a mobile provider but its fixed line and pay TV ambitions will get them in trouble. This MVNO move by Google allows for a BUNDLED offering in markets where Google builds out retail fixed line so that consumer market has the option of one stop shopping for fixed ISP, mobile, and TV. At the end of the day Google and others will be forcing the expansion of broadband and the end result when coupled with net neutrality is? ...as Mark Cuban put it, "TV as you know it is over". DTV=AOL rerun. Google is a disruption but not as much for mobile up front as it is a low jab to the bigs to upgrade bandwidth.
The only thing that got disrupted were NIge and Smalls' plan to "cash in big" on T buying Vodafail. LOL, see ya soon. Love seeing Smalls and nige trip over their own shoe laces, but 5 minutes here once a week or two are plenty. I see sock-puppet Nige has a "strong sell" rating on T.....He had it in the low 32's and at that time I was buying a truckload more while he was trying to get everybody to sell. What a Klown. I'll collect the 6% Divvy on those shares for years and years. LMAO. See ya next time. Nige quoting Seeking Freaking Alpha now....priceless.
Facts? Liberals don't believe in facts, only what they say is true. How stupid are you? What facts do you have to support your version of stupid?
Details will come in the coming months, but the service would be small scale and not intended to compete with the big four U.S. carriers, said Senior Vice President Sundar Pichai, who oversees Android, Chrome, and Google Apps, during a presentation at the industry conference.
The articles you are referencing are from Seeking Alpha and are amateur writers opinions. Is this the best you can do, Nige_co? Also, the article you are referencing about England in 1937 is one of the most poorly written articles I've ever seen. Did you write it? In the comments section, the article is BLASTED as ignorant, pathetic, etc.
Google will offer its own wireless service, but says it won't compete with the big dogs
Mar 2, 2015, 1:58pm PST
waddaya mean I was mistakenly using my private e-mail acct to conduct State Dept business ?
OH .. silly me !!
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For $500-K, I'll make a personal appearance at your public forum to demonstrate how great I am ...
Geez, I hope nothing shakes. After Google managed to mess up Youtube and forced everyone who has a channel to get an account on the clusterfock, Google Plus, if they wanted to keep their YT channel, I have suspected that they'd rather use coercion than come up with a product people actually want. That can't last as a business plan.
Google the title to read the full article. I enclose only part of the article.
Google confirmed it will be entering wireless later this year on a "smaller scale". T, while not facing a head-on assault, will face a well-financed disruptor that will likely steer traffic to lower-cost service alternatives. T, with high debt, significant financial commitments and tepid earnings growth, has little wiggle room.
As previously noted in the articles, "For AT&T Shareholders It Is 1937 England" and "AT&T's Comfy Status Quo Threatened By Google's Entry Into Wireless", I view the impending entry by GOOGL into wireless as a significant threat to T. Despite massive capital spending, T's earnings are only expected to grow by 1.2% and 2.8% in 2015 and 2016, respectively. Any reduction in revenue or margin, would certainly impact the Company's ability to maintain its earnings. While less levered than VZ, T has a hefty debt load of $82 billion, with additional debt to be added to the balance sheet in coming months from the acquisition of $18 billion of spectrum, the $2 billion acquisition of Nextel Mexico and the approximately $14 billion needed for the cash portion of the DirecTV transaction. The combination of already tough competition from S and TMUS, already slow growth, already high debt and new obligations means any change to the status quo from GOOGL's actions will have a negative impact on T's cash flows. In 2014, T made $31 billion in cash from operations, but only had about $1 billion left over after funding capital expenditures and the dividend.
Sentiment: Strong Sell