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[Discuss] Competition of broadband

Jerry Feldman wrote:
> On 12/04/2011 05:14 PM, Richard Pieri wrote:
>> On Dec 4, 2011, at 11:00 AM, Ben Eisenbraun wrote:
>>> My understanding of the spat between Curtatone and Verizon is that 
>>> it stems
>>> from his opposition to Verizon's desire to negotiate video 
>>> franchises on the
>>> state and not city level. Verizon keeps pushing legislation on this 
>>> issue,
>>> e.g:
>> Verizon keeps pushing this legislation because Comcast continues to 
>> abuse the existing legislation to maintain its monopolies in much of 
>> the Commonwealth.  Can't have it both ways, guys.
>> Regarding the "wholly owned subsidiary" comment, allow me to explain 
>> the concept of hyperbole:
> Both are large regulated monopolies. Wait until we get Comcast 
> Wireless :-)

I wonder how the recent deal with SpectrumCo and Verizon will affect the 
above, which the 3G side is on Sprint's network (4G on Clearwire)?

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