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#35813 15-Jun-2009 17:31
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They obviously arn't making much money from broadband alone, could they turn it into a mobile network to make calls/txt over? Data plans are pretty good compared with Vodafone.Telecom.

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  #225304 15-Jun-2009 17:44
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Not with the current techology they use.

IP Wireless did create a cellphone that Woosh did try but it speaking bluntly it was hopeless. While the technology is very similair to the WCDMA used by Vodafone and Telecom it has many limitations and was never really designed to support mobile devices or handovers.



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