UK Regulator Talks White Space Technology by End of 2013

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A Bad Day

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Sounds very interesting. I'm not sure if the telecommunication companies would lower the data coverage plan, because the ones in the US seem to jack up the rates every year.
 

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[citation][nom]A Bad Day[/nom]Sounds very interesting. I'm not sure if the telecommunication companies would lower the data coverage plan, because the ones in the US seem to jack up the rates every year.[/citation]

It's a free market, dude. That's the way you like it in America. Stop complaining and pay up. Socialism is dead, US - won! :D
 

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There's more than enough bandwidth actually per scientific data.
Large carriers are buying huge amounts of frequencies in order to prevent 'competition' from rolling in.

Now, if every ISP on the planet actually upgraded their technology back in the 1970's to fiber-optics (which by current scientific standards is outdated)... bandwidth, speeds, etc. would NOT be an issue.

They are milking people with outdated technology for the most part.
 

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[citation][nom]deksman[/nom]Now, if every ISP on the planet actually upgraded their technology back in the 1970's to fiber-optics (which by current scientific standards is outdated)... bandwidth, speeds, etc. would NOT be an issue.They are milking people with outdated technology for the most part.[/citation]
What are the current scientific standards? I'd like to know.
 
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