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Google Intent to Bid In FCC 700 MHz Auction

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Jul 24, 2007, 5:07 PM

Google I love you why cant you buy ...

Sprint !!!

I think if google bought Sprint, Sprint would dominate (even more 😛)
We would have great cust care, great technology and a company passionate about helping people and giving people what they want and need !!

Jul 24, 2007, 3:01 PM

Looky What I Found!!


Jul 20, 2007, 9:44 AM


I wonder what they are planning on using it for if they happen to win it.
Google is trying to buy everything to create a free system of useful things, so i wouldnt doubt something free coming out of this for the general public.

I love google.

Jul 20, 2007, 1:55 PM


I know the 700 Mhz is targeted for Digital Cable broadcast. I'm curious to see what that will do and how it will affect At&t and Dish. What is TimeWarner and Cox going to do? So you look at it like this, At&t has Dish, Sprint has Time Warner and Cox, who does Google have? I don't even know if this frequency is going to carry mobile TV, but it sure will make the bidding interesting.
google is going to buy alltel

Jul 20, 2007, 5:48 PM


Today Google announced plans of devolping free cellular service. Subscribers who sign up for the GPhone service will be able to use any unlocked phone or choose from a variety of phones offered by the Internet giant.

Services would be absolutely free and supported by non intrusive adds attached to the bottom of text and picture messages that the subscriber sends and receives. Google says that it plans to offer phone, messaging, GPS, video calling, and unlimited data at absolutely no cost to the subscriber.

Maybe on day this add will be on phonescoop. Pretty big stretch, but Google would be the company to do it!
I don't see them giving free phone service but free SMS maybe

Jul 20, 2007, 10:24 PM

This just in

now who doesn't believe google is trying to take over the world?

Jul 20, 2007, 7:12 PM

Oh, Fifty is PERFECT...

...for the upcoming "Gphone" ad campaign.

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