It looked like they were saying They are part of the biggest VOIP network there is and then naming "Google Bandwidth.com" as the Company. As if Bandwidth.com were a division of Google.Nobody can say what isn't known yet, but I don't think they are lying. They are part of the biggest VOIP/data network there is! Google Bandwidth.com
Not that he was instructing us to do a Google search for Bandwidth.com.
Off topic: I'd love to see Google buy T-Mobile and get it out of the potentially dangerous hands of At&t. Back on topic: Google has been known to purchase startups that have been successful. Look at Grand Central which is now Google Voice as an example. If Google bought T-Mobile and then Republic and merged the two as one low cost wi-fi, cellular carrier! Woa! That would be a sweet combo. I really could see that happening one day.
They would have to rework the current phones from CDMA to GSM but it would be cool. Republic would cease being a MVNO and be its own entity as a new cellular provider.
If it had a stock of phones under the new system comparable to what they have now for normal phone service I think they could put a dent in the market in mid to low end phones and even some hi end.
Could you picture, the hybrid service made from two different companies/hybrid company, providing really cool double and quad core phones with unlimited monthly fees of 25 to 30 dollars.
Something like that would make me wish I had held on to my Google stock.
T-Mobile already has the wifi calling technology, and with a large, relatively unloaded network, they have no reason to capacity offload. They are just using it for improved coverage and international roaming on wifi. I want to see Wal-Mart by up T-Mobile if AT&T can't myself. It makes perfect sense.
I usually support government regulation, but It is unfortunate that the government over-regulated and killed the AT&T/ T-Mobile Merger
The best explanation of the pricing nutiness in the industry.
Why Sprint and T-Mo will always suck.
The only way to end the pricing insanity is to eliminate contracts and subsidies.
I want Wifi calling on AT&T.
If you text while driving, you're an idiot. End of story.
Buggy whips (carriers) go home, shove those insane text and data, charges up your ***!