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Clearwire Pulls Back the Reigns on LTE Build-Out

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Oct 26, 2012, 10:12 PM
So in reality where Sprint owns the majority of Clearwire and Softbank, Japanese mobile service, owns 70% of Sprint does this mean that Sprint customers will now be spied on? Understand this past summer and recently both ZTE and Huawei were accused of installing equiptment into devices delivered to the United States to basically spy on American people. Now accord to The Verge Clearwire, again who's majority shareholder is Sprint but remember again Softbank owns the majority of Sprint, will be using Huawei technologies for LTE, hmm....Doesn't anyone else find this suspicious.

Oct 26, 2012, 10:51 PM
No, because I don't care if they track what I do. I don't even care if they track the porn I watch.

Don't steal my money; Don't inform anyone specifically close to me about what I do with the information you collect, and we're good.

You think they get into little details about your life - or that they even care to begin with?

They use it for marketing and for future products - chill out and take off the tin foil hat.

I also believe that Softbank sees a larger, global market in their success - as they too, are the 3rd largest carrier in Japan. Knowing the only way to gain customers, is to now steal them from other carriers, they may finally realize the potential Sprint has in the states. If Sprint improves their network, ...

Oct 27, 2012, 5:03 PM
No! Now run along back to your tin-foil hat costume party. Laughing

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