Google Wireless?

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    Anybody read about that yet? Google is about to step up the wireless competition now, would you sign up?
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    Absolutely! I would.
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    They're in talks with Dish network, I wonder how well coverage would be...
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    They've already shaken things up a bit with the N7 and Na, I can't wait to see how they price their plans and if they give unlimited data too... man... but I'm a little skeptical about signal strength but the FCC is talking about auctioning spectrum to them.
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    I have always been an Android skeptic, coming from a DroidX running Android 2.1 to 2.3.4
    I got myself a Nexus 7 running Android 4.1.2, and see what Google had actually intended things to be like, that companies like Motorola and Verizon put their paws in and messed up.

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    I think it's mostly just Verizon messing things up because right now I'm on the Verizon Galaxy Nexus and I still don't get timely updates.