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(keitai-l) Re: Greener Grass, popping pills and nooper

From: Eijkemans, Paul <Paul.Eijkemans_at_ben.nl>
Date: 02/12/01
Message-ID: <41F2B29D1CB4D2118BD50008C7C562F10AF5A233_at_ben-mail01.ben.nl>
>They are all in WAP they spended a lot of money on GPRS and UMTS licenses
>and they need the successful example of docomo only to justify further

There is not such a thing as GPRS licenses. GPRS is a GSM 'extension'.
You need a GSM license to operate GSM. 

>So why not WAP or GPRS. Simple, while Wap access is available since may
1999
>and GPRS network is up

WAP and GPRS are two totally different things, running in totally different
layers of the OSI network model, but are dependent on each other.

Paul

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Received on Mon Feb 12 16:37:15 2001