(discussing TelstraClear's new 3G rollout)
"Woosh chief executive Bob Smith said he was comfortable with the capabilities of its network compared with the TelstraClear proposal"
Way to go... your crippled TDD-CDMA network is no match for a HSDPA/HSUPA enabled WCDMA network that will offer a truely mobile phone service and nationwide roaming. But if you feel your network is on par then good for you! :-)
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Comment by alasta, on 20-Jul-2006 12:51
It definitely doesn't look good for Woosh. If Vodafone has a competitive data offering when they launch HSDPA, then I will seriously consider ditching Woosh as my contract with them expires in October. It's sad, because I have always been happy with Woosh's services, but they appear to be nearing a dead end.
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