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(keitai-l) Re: economist link

From: Benedict Evans <ben_at_ben-evans.com>
Date: 12/06/04
Message-Id: <D2239B50-4712-11D9-94DE-000D93292C80_at_ben-evans.com>
Mostly 'just' journalism. I'm amused at yet another rehash of the Wi-X 
will kill 3G story. Come on guys, it was interesting when Keith 
Woolcock proposed it in spring 2001. Now just boring.

And notice the byline - San Francisco. Just the place to tell us what's 
happening in wireless. Next up, advice for Hollywood from Paris...

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Benedict Evans
+44 7880 786 727

On 5 Dec, 2004, at 8:42 am, nick may wrote:

> story about VOIP at the Economist. Mostly obvious, but I was interested
> in the contention that it is the 3G operators who have most to fear
> from it - not the telcos. Is this so?
>
> Just out of interest is anyone using  wifi-voip regularly through a
> PDA. Does it replace a keitai? Is the latency tolerable?
>
> http://www.economist.com/business/displayStory.cfm?story_id=3446429
>
> Nick
>
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Received on Mon Dec 6 01:10:16 2004