Hesse spoke years ago about the future of the industry and stressed that within years, the data network is all that matters because all phone calls will be through the Internet. I would imagine (I'm not an industry expert so don't beat me up) that the new Spark network perhaps can handle all Tmobile and Sprint voice calls with ease once this transition to VoIP happens. Then the CDMA, GSM difference doesn't matter.
In 1999 the Dow was at 11,600...Today, 14 years later we're at 15,900....hardly a Super Bubble. A Super Bubble is the 20 year climb from 1980 to 2000 when the Dow went from 750 to 11,600. That's 15 times your money in just 20 years! When the Dow hits 175,000 we can start talking about Super Bubbles :)