Sun shines on a dog's backside once in awhile. Maybe the market is increasing the odds the FCC throws a wrench in the ignorant purchase of the AOL rerun in DTV and gave T some love today. That FCC clock did get halted again at the end of the day Friday. Carry through reaction? Maybe.
Yes it was. It wasn't you deleting post history as you claimed but it was proven otherwise very easily. Warm ID also got busted using multiple IDs. The pathetic issue here is your MPD and the lies you make up while avoiding fundamental AT&T discussion. Instead of discussing those AT&T topics I listed you choose to divert attention to misguided claims to my identity as well as moving towards discussion of Vodafone. Completely pathetic Klown.
How long is the contract for and I would ask you provide a copy of the contract so you don't lie? Otherwise is nothing more than a load of manure about a 10 year impact. A few years, yes, but not for the decade Jack claims. Also, Is that agreement a newer condo development contract for full fiber deployment? Loaded question Jack. Title II's net neutrality....
Treturd is revealed to be a Klown again. It does get old from time to time but yet still a degree of entertainment in your ignorance.
A few months ago you were convinced Nige and I were the same person. You are being just as ignorant claiming I am 52 years old and single. How about that same 'common sense' in pay TV bundler count of 20MM being applied against the entire population.
Sad, I opened this topic hoping you had commented on DTV acquisition figures, LTE-A deployment plans and/or small cell deployments. I guess I shouldn't expect any different when AT&T themselves won't comment on small cells. LOL
I had missed that post by the Klown among the many. Like I have said on several occasions before, AT&T is fine AS IS going forward (assuming it keeps pace in technology). The downfall isn't because T didn't take a poke at VOD. The problem is AT&T purchasing an AOL rerun in DTV. DTV's TV bundler market barrier is set to implode with expanding bandwidth and Title II securing net neutrality. The structure of the DTV acquisition alone is quickly dilutive to existing AT&T shareholders when you account for dividend and debt expense.
Cable and Telco, both mobile and fixed telco, will be choice ISPs if they upgrade to higher bandwidth technologies. Apartments and condos may switch to an ISP provider and leave the rest up the owner. I know a lot of people that would debate the cable being more reliable comment.... LOL Most are chomping at the bit for the ability to choose a different provider and why Google FIBER is stealing large market share when Google moves into the neighborhood. 75% of homes Google passes use Google and Bernstein thinks that figure could rise. Google FIBER is the door opening for a consumer to choose from dozens of IP TV bundlers. Cable and telcos defense to new ISPs is deploying G.fast, DOCSIS 3.1, LTE-A and/or 4.5G design. ISPs now classed as common carriers provides for new competition to more easily access right-of-ways and public infrastructure.
Granted Jack, you might have some HOA's who have entered some kind of long term contract but a limited basis. A decade long is a stretch on your part.
I see you spending time with off topic but won't touch several on topic issues:
DTV being dilutive to AT&T shareholders
AT&T's LTE-A plans
AT&T's small cell deployments.
It is just the Klown from the AT&T mb trying to deflect attention away from AT&T and DTV fundamental discussion. AT&T indeed surrounded by competitors with ever increasing competitive pressure as TMUS and S finally play catch up in network population coverage. VOD on the other hand has a solid cash on hand position and by this time next year will have a 4G coverage map akin to the near solid map held by VZ in the U.S. market. The rest of the competition will look like a coverage map of Sprint or TMUS five years ago. A few articles/opinions out there indicate Europe is setting up for a two tier mobile phone network. Vodafone and the lower tier being everyone else. The early bird gets the worm.
Nige, the India market is a sleeping giant.
Which of the person is the Smalls posting on Yahoo message board?
A)a single guy using a dating website in Summit, California
B)Chris Smalling of MySpace living in Tennessee
C)Rose Ludwig on Pinterest
D)a latina poon star using the name Cami Smalls 62
E)none of the above.
Maybe you could use some tips from this guy in Summit if you get to know him since you are both aged five knuckle shufflers.
Nope. Moffett is correct that Google FIber's TELEVISION BUNDLE isn't in of itself a major threat to pay TV bundlers. The rest of the story not told by the article authors when quoting Moffett is the adoption rate of Google Fiber as an ISP. THAT is a threat. Broadband expansion bring consumers dozens of locally competing TV bundlers over the ISP pipe.
My wife once in awhile will comment about what she wants me to wear so I don't clash with her chosen attire. You wouldn't know about that since you are a five knuckle shuffler in your mid 40s.
LOL Tell AT&T to respond to inquiries about its number of small cells deployed vs. its VIP program that was supposed to be 40,000. 97% dividend cover and an announcement capex is being trimmed back but won't disclose the information on a significant component of the capex program being ended early. Let's see those small cell numbers. Until then, there is a view the tight dividend cover combined with declining mobile revenues (iPhone 6 sales adjusted) would place pressure to cut capex or the dividend. If AT&T would disclose small cell deployment in line with the 40K figure I will recant the claim.
Sprint is awful on a relative measure but their network coverage is undeniably growing just like TMUS. The 4G LTE coverage for the large urban populations is headed toward parity among all four carriers. If you are worried about rural/rural highway travel then the obvious choice is VZ. The next step is mobile video. That bandwidth demand will be covered with LTE-A as well as small cell/4.5G design. TMUS rolling out LTE-A coverage to 23 of the top 25 markets in 2015. AT&T's LTE-A plans are difficult to find. I once asked the Klown if he had any info on this AT&T topic but he never replied.
You just started posting about the Moffett quote when this misleading story was out three days ago that exposes the real story. It isn't just Google that is the threat. The threat is expanding broadband giving consumers bundler choice. Those who have Google FIBER may not bother with the TV bundle because they have LOTS of choices once they get adequate broadband necessary for streaming video/IP TV. Klown.
That is still dirt cheap compared to a combined AT&T U-verse providing less than 10 Mbps internet for a $40 spot and a DTV 150 channel package running close to $120 (once you get past the introductory price baiting.) $160 for crawling slow DSL and DTV OR $130/mo for screaming fast full fiber and TV through Google. Most would love to through the satellite dish in the dumpster and pay LESS for 10-20X faster internet speed and TV bundle.
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I haven't deleted anything. Once again, you are back into the corner like the roach that you are and are resorting to lies and slander. Poor guy.
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I AM GOING TO GUESS YOU"RE SO IGNORANT YOU THOUGHT THOSE ERASE THE RESPONSES TOO. I can search my own posts to your ignorant topics initiated. I may not be able to view your comments but I can see your ID and the topic name as well as the fact the topic has been deleted. Your dishonesty says plenty about your character. No wonder why a woman wouldn't want to marry you. Multiple personality disorder and a big liar at that. Priceless your worm ID was here directing topics at me yet is trying to act like you are in amazement I'm still here a week later.
You still using multiple IDs and deleting post history here and trying to play like you're not, now that is nuts. $60 would have been a fair price IF Vodafone had not given that large special cash dividend to shareholders. $50-52 is still a decent takeover price after the distribution to shareholders based on those exchange rates a year ago. However, I will note the strength of currency exchange rates for the dollar has pushed down the Vodafone U.S. listed ADR's over the past year. Expected against the Euro but the GBP is surprising. The U.K. economy is chugging along nicely and I would say VERY comparable to the U.S. namely unemployment (neck and neck rate), inflation slowing (drop in oil impacting), and GDP growth (U.K. slightly above U.S.). GBP seems to be undervalued against the dollar but it is what it is. If T stepped to the plate with the currency rates today it could make a real steal but we all know the foolish move is instead for an AOL rerun in DTV.
I know you have looked at my old posts and I planned on keeping a chunk in the global Telco behemoth if it had formed. If it would happen today? Not unless Colao was at the helm.