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http://mobilesociety.typepad.com/mobile_life/2012/06/spring-lte-1900.html - Sprint, Spectrum Holdings, PCS 1900 MHz, LTE and Network Sharing

 

 

Nothing really new here, but I like reading his blog articles and analysis about the wireless industy worldwide. Pretty cool to see your articles getting more coverage. More proof S4GRU is the premier source for Sprint news and analysis.

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Cool. Maybe we can get wireless industry types to endorse us with some pithy blurbs. Imagine the possibilities:

 

"The feel good wireless network and spectrum focused blog of the year!"

- Martin Sauter, author of "From GSM to LTE"

 

"Action packed! The breakdown of Network Vision deployment in Chicago had me on the edge of my seat."

- Kevin Fitchard, writer at GigaOM

 

"I hate those guys at S4GRU. But I read them every day."

- Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint

 

;)

 

AJ

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Cool. Maybe we can get wireless industry types to endorse us with some pithy blurbs. Imagine the possibilities:

 

"The feel good wireless network and spectrum focused blog of the year!"

- Martin Sauter' date=' author of "From GSM to LTE"

 

"Action packed! The breakdown of Network Vision deployment in Chicago had me on the edge of my seat."

- Kevin Fitchard, writer at GigaOM

 

"I hate those guys at S4GRU. But I read them every day."

- Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint

 

;)

 

AJ[/quote']

 

I don't know why, but I thought this was extremely funny. I passed my Galaxy Nexus around to my friends at the luau...and they all think I'm crazy. And I suppose I am. :rofl:

 

Robert via Galaxy Nexus using Forum Runner

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Cool. Maybe we can get wireless industry types to endorse us with some pithy blurbs. Imagine the possibilities:

 

"The feel good wireless network and spectrum focused blog of the year!"

- Martin Sauter, author of "From GSM to LTE"

 

"Action packed! The breakdown of Network Vision deployment in Chicago had me on the edge of my seat."

- Kevin Fitchard, writer at GigaOM

 

"I hate those guys at S4GRU. But I read them every day."

- Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint

 

;)

 

AJ

 

:rofl: That was both funny and AWESOME AJ!

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Cool. Maybe we can get wireless industry types to endorse us with some pithy blurbs. Imagine the possibilities:

 

"The feel good wireless network and spectrum focused blog of the year!"

- Martin Sauter, author of "From GSM to LTE"

 

"Action packed! The breakdown of Network Vision deployment in Chicago had me on the edge of my seat."

- Kevin Fitchard, writer at GigaOM

 

"I hate those guys at S4GRU. But I read them every day."

- Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint

 

;)

 

AJ

 

I had a major LOL at the last comment.

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