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    Will Huawei be your new ISP/carrier?

    Huawei is hungry for acquisitions.

    How do you feel about Huawei becoming a new player in the carrier business? Competition is sure to drive prices down and fire up innovation. Consumers are sure to benefit considering that prices have plunged in every arena Huawei has entered.

    Ground zero is almost certainly America Movil, which is interesting because this allows some cross-border interaction with the U.S. market.

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    Apparently, the answer is yes. Huawei is going on a buying spree in Europe and the Commonwealth Realms.


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    If the news that Huawei is hungry to enter into ISP/LTE field is correct; I did be interested in selling up to Huawei then


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    Europe will suffer in log term....Smart chineese will read them out soon...

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    glad to hear that..huawei is determined and is already holding a great global share in telecom industry.


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    Huawei will be the Telecom Champ of the Coming year


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    Hi,
    Its Nice to hear that, Its start to glow in globally.


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    It's A great News for who want Huawei. Great achievement for Huawei if it's true


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    Yes.. I think if Huawei become a ISP carrier it will lower credit prices for the customer..


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    i hope so... But as an engineer working in operator from Paraguay, I saw difficult as the prices for others services where they came first with lower prices, gained some custumers, made left other competitors and then... they increased they prices to make as was the others competitors :/
    so in the end... It's not cheap


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