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Gabriel Brown

Makes sense. Research we have done with operators indicates they don't see much, if any, opportunity to monetize 3rd parties by charging for preferential access. And *all* of them are much more focused on increasing the penetration of data subscriptions in the base -- what drives data subs? Er, facebook, email, google, all that kind of thing

Thomas

Bin ich schon drin? Ich bin drin!

Quite an interesting and surprising view indeed.

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