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(Marketwatch)   Dish could become 'best positioned 5G operator to actually fulfill the promise of 5G,' says analyst clearly high on mushrooms, ketamine, bacon grease, unicorn gas, astro-heroin, and pixie stix   (marketwatch.com) divider line
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171 clicks; posted to Business » on 16 Jun 2021 at 3:50 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-06-16 4:05:53 PM  
Now that's just not fair, Subby. Don't bring them down now - not like this!

//you're supposed to wait until they sober up, so they can understand the shame...
 
2021-06-16 4:09:17 PM  
Dish Network is based out of Colorado, which has legalized both Pot and Hallucinogenic Mushrooms.
 
2021-06-16 4:29:15 PM  
They may have the coverage, but it will start at $200/month and you'll only be able to use a rented off-brand phone.
 
2021-06-16 5:53:02 PM  
Don't bring bacon; into this..

Its only brought joy, and expanded waistlines..
 
2021-06-16 5:53:08 PM  

clkeagle: They may have the coverage, but it will start at $200/month and you'll only be able to use a rented off-brand phone.


And they'll have disputes where you can't call anyone on the Verizon network.
 
2021-06-16 5:53:56 PM  
those 22,000 miles out into space satellites are a hellava drug.


and the ping times are atrocious.
 
2021-06-16 6:05:36 PM  
I applied for a job with Dish, well qualified but they said "no thanks".

$120k a year to do what essentially I'm doing now.
 
2021-06-16 7:09:10 PM  
Sprint supposedly lacked the funding to roll out a 5G network on its own, which is one reason why it was absorbed by T-Mobile.  Even with a lower cost software back-end, I can't see how Dish could succeed where Sprint was likely to fail.  This goes double now that T-Mobile has all of that bandwidth in the 2.5 GHz band that would be great for deploying WISP services in suburban and exurban areas.
 
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