Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Google's battle for wireless spectrum | Newsmakers | CNET News.com

More on Google's wireless aspirations 

To go back to my question, does Google want to own and operate a wireless network of its own?
Sacca [head of special initiatives at Google]: Google is willing to do anything necessary to introduce some competition into this space and to really drive the prices of service to where they are most affordable to the broadest number of people. It is reprehensible that there are still so many people left off the Net.

That entails everything from building and operating a network, if necessary, to partnering with the vast number of companies left out of this game--for whom $5 billion is an insurmountable hurdle to participate meaningfully in an auction that could introduce true competition--to any of the existing carriers, if they want to put users first in their business models and prioritize those customer experiences.

Google's battle for wireless spectrum | Newsmakers | CNET News.com

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