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  • bjspokanimal bjspokanimal Oct 15, 2011 7:49 PM Flag

    How can Sprint I-phone remain "unlimited"

    ... which will run on 20x20 channels that only Clearwire can handle at more than 10 times the speed that "vanilla" FD-LTE will run at when Sprint finishes launching it 2 years from now.

    Sprint's goingSprint spent billions to help build a state-of-the-art, wireless infrastructure at Clearwire.

    Now sprint is spurning Clearwire and spending billions more to redundantly replicate the Clearwire network...

    ... all because he refuses to work with Clearwire brass that has bent over backward to streamline the company financially and adhere to Hesse's wishes to curtail it's retail efforts.

    That Hesse would risk bankrupting Sprint with many $billions more in debt simply to diss Clearwire because he lacks the diplomatic ability to work with the executives there and spend a mere $600 million to launch LTE-Advanced to 135 million POPs on a network-vision quality network is LUNACY...

    ... Hesse is incapable of running Sprint in a fiduciary way... it's the responsibility of the Board of Directors to show him the door ASAP.

    Se to spend close to $10 billion for network vision and arguably half of that could be saved by simply upgrading the CLWR system for LTE-Advanced... by next summer if they started now.

    That Hesse would choose to spend 15 to 17 times as much for a version of LTE that would run at 1/10 the speed of CLWR's LTE-Advanced for 135 million POPS is absolutely INSANE...

    ... I'm amazed the board of directors has let that lunatic go on for THIS long.

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    • hesse_takes_it_in_the_spectrum hesse_takes_it_in_the_spectrum Oct 15, 2011 7:56 PM Flag

      and yet no one outside the CLUB of MORONs who invest in CLWR is saying anything about there decision...

      You NEVER respond to the obvious SPOK..

      HOME GROWN NETWORK SIDE EFFECTS

      1, $2B to $4B is savings on Verizon roaming charges per year...

      2. $2B a year to rent from CLWR

      3 $13B saved over 7 years from more efficient network.

      4. Option to wholesale like CLWR now...

      5. Substancial Service Deadline..



      As always Spok WILL NOT respond to this growing list


      jug

    • Could not agree more. The longer I watch the more I see he must go. To lead everyone on for months and then hold a meeting that has to be halted because he has no facts to share.
      I do not get it at all.
      Ouch!!
      GLTA

    • ... which will run on 20x20 channels that only Clearwire can handle at more than 10 times the speed that "vanilla" FD-LTE will run at when Sprint finishes launching it 2 years from now.

      !!! 600 million to use 20 MHZ of additional spectrum in high traffoc areas.

      Sprint's goingSprint spent billions to help build a state-of-the-art, wireless infrastructure at Clearwire.

      Now sprint is spurning Clearwire and spending billions more to redundantly replicate the Clearwire network...

      !!! Clearwire chose not to participate in Network Vision in areas where they already had a presence and announced plans for TDD LTE in hi traffic area which is a technology that no Carrier uses in the USA at the present time.

      ... all because he refuses to work with Clearwire brass that has bent over backward to streamline the company financially and adhere to Hesse's wishes to curtail it's retail efforts.

      ,!!! Clearwire streamlined operations as a matter of survival. They wasted money establishing brick amd mortar stores to feature a couple of dongles and hotspot devices. If they had not wasted more money for expanding their footprint beyond their financial means only to write down those efforts, they would have much more money.

      That Hesse would risk bankrupting Sprint with many $billions more in debt simply to diss Clearwire because he lacks the diplomatic ability to work with the executives there and spend a mere $600 million to launch LTE-Advanced to 135 million POPs on a network-vision quality network is LUNACY...

      ,!! Most Sprint customers dont live in a Clearwire area and are unable to make good use of the WiMax service even when they are in a service area because of poor in building signal penetration of the 2.5 GHz signal imo.

      ... Hesse is incapable of running Sprint in a fiduciary way... it's the responsibility of the Board of Directors to show him the door ASAP.

      Se to spend close to $10 billion for network vision and arguably half of that could be saved by simply upgrading the CLWR system for LTE-Advanced... by next summer if they started now.

      That Hesse would choose to spend 15 to 17 times as much for a version of LTE that would run at 1/10 the speed of CLWR's LTE-Advanced for 135 million POPS is absolutely INSANE...

      ... I'm amazed the board of directors has let that lunatic go on for THIS long.

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