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FCC Formally Approves Verizon's Cable Spectrum Deal

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Man! These guys...

andy2373

Aug 23, 2012, 3:16 PM
Are monsters! Surprised

JD & Power just came out saying VZW's network performs better than all others. They're gobbling up spectrum. In bed with the cable companies. And they're pushing customers to more profitable "Share Everything" plans.
What's next...world domination!?! Shocked
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Jarahawk

Aug 23, 2012, 4:30 PM
I am sure the plan is to increase profits by any means necessary. Would you expect anything less of a successful company? Be disappointed with Justice for failing the consumer not Verizon for being the greedy behemoth that it has always been.
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johnhr2

Aug 23, 2012, 8:53 PM
Don't get mad at Verizon it is being a company - to provide a product superior enough for enough consumers to buy to make a profit the bigger the profit the better.

Be mad at the DOJ and the FCC because had the FCC put restrictions on spectrum so that it is used in a certain period before the license is revoked and action back off. The FCC could had block it with the reasoning of to high of spectrum penetration in markets by Verizon. I do believe that FCC should bring back that you can only own up to a certain percentage per market but based on population.

The DOJ should have said no to the cross market all together. If Verizon wasn't the part of Verizon wireless than it would be a different story ALL together.

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