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    Vz allowing cable cos to use vzw 5G why :(

    Why are we letting the cable.cos use our 5g network why .

    https://www.telecompetitor.com/chart...ks-to-verizon/

    Let the cable cos die , they(cable cos) not investing in 5g or their customers are not paying vzw high rates. Why the ... would we allow those customers on our 5g network

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtv757 View Post
    Why are we letting the cable.cos use our 5g network why .

    https://www.telecompetitor.com/chart...ks-to-verizon/

    Let the cable cos die , they(cable cos) not investing in 5g or their customers are not paying vzw high rates. Why the ... would we allow those customers on our 5g network

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    Comcast and Charter Communication's have a legal contract to have access to the Verizon Wireless network in exchange for their wireless spectrum. So my guess is Verizon is required under their contract to allow them to have access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techguru30 View Post
    Comcast and Charter Communication's have a legal contract to have access to the Verizon Wireless network in exchange for their wireless spectrum. So my guess is Verizon is required under their contract to allow them to have access.

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    Ooops. Comment deleted.

    Perhaps Verizon is charging them an extra fee for 5G access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10mm View Post
    Ooops. Comment deleted.

    Perhaps Verizon is charging them an extra fee for 5G access.
    They better I pay hundreds for quality vzw service . I dont pay $30 for POS cell phone from.the cable co. Or for cable co users to be on my network .



    I want 5g (home) to get rid of cable broadband not for there customers to be sharing my bandwidth like cable broadband...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtv757 View Post
    They better I pay hundreds for quality vzw service . I dont pay $30 for POS cell phone from.the cable co. Or for cable co users to be on my network .



    I want 5g (home) to get rid of cable broadband not for there customers to be sharing my bandwidth like cable broadband...

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    I don’t think your understanding..

    Charter and Comcast have a mobile side that resells Verizon services. Just like straight talk, totalwireless, and many others.

    Has NOTHING to do with the cable companies internet side. Other than you have to have the cable cos internet to get the plans, which also have nothing to do with getting 5G.


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    Not to mention the cable companies do not have access to Verizon Postpaid features such as outgoing caller ID name and have a lower priority on their network at times of congestion. In addition Spectrum is planning on deploying CBRS spectrum to offload traffic off of the Verizon Wireless network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyelton View Post
    I don’t think your understanding..

    Charter and Comcast have a mobile side that resells Verizon services. Just like straight talk, totalwireless, and many others.

    Has NOTHING to do with the cable companies internet side. Other than you have to have the cable cos internet to get the plans, which also have nothing to do with getting 5G.


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    So if a customer sings up for cable co wireless.. does that count as subscriber growth for vzw ?

    I believe it counts as wireless growth for the cable co not vzw .

    Meaning the customer has 2 products that are NOT verizon.

    1- cable broadband
    2- cable wireless

    So at the end of the $ quarter its more $ to the cable co



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    Quote Originally Posted by dtv757 View Post
    So if a customer sings up for cable co wireless.. does that count as subscriber growth for vzw ?

    I believe it counts as wireless growth for the cable co not vzw .

    Meaning the customer has 2 products that are NOT verizon.

    1- cable broadband
    2- cable wireless

    So at the end of the $ quarter its more $ to the cable co



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    It does count as customer growth for Verizon Wireless on their MVNO side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techguru30 View Post
    It does count as customer growth for Verizon Wireless on their MVNO side.

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    This article says xfiniy got revenue and 2 million subs

    "In 2019, Comcast grew mobile revenue by 31.2% to $1.167 billion, ending the year"

    https://www.multichannel.com/news/wi...enue-for-cable

    Thays 1.1 billion vz could have used to expand fios or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtv757 View Post
    This article says xfiniy got revenue and 2 million subs

    "In 2019, Comcast grew mobile revenue by 31.2% to $1.167 billion, ending the year"

    https://www.multichannel.com/news/wi...enue-for-cable

    Thays 1.1 billion vz could have used to expand fios or something

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    So did Verizon Wireless since they have more wireless subscribers in their MVNO division due to the cable companies adding wireless customers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techguru30 View Post
    Not to mention the cable companies do not have access to Verizon Postpaid features such as outgoing caller ID name...
    What is outgoing caller ID? The person making the call knows who they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zapjb View Post
    What is outgoing caller ID? The person making the call knows who they are.
    It is where it shows your name on outgoing calls instead of wireless caller which is only available to Postpaid Verizon Wireless subscribers.

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    I guess I'll take my service to att

    They dont invest in garbage cable cos

    Cant go to yellow/magenta they have an agreement with Cablevision/ altice ...

    cable cos . I would have thought better of verizon than to invest in cable cos

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtv757 View Post
    I guess I'll take my service to att

    They dont invest in garbage cable cos

    Cant go to yellow/magenta they have an agreement with Cablevision/ altice ...

    cable cos . I would have thought better of verizon than to invest in cable cos

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    Go ahead and leave. I doubt Verizon is going to care one less pain in the *** customer they have to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techguru30 View Post
    Not to mention the cable companies do not have access to Verizon Postpaid features such as outgoing caller ID name and have a lower priority on their network at times of congestion. In addition Spectrum is planning on deploying CBRS spectrum to offload traffic off of the Verizon Wireless network.

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    I'm not really familiar with Spectrum, but do they have their own equipment? I mean how could they deploy CBRS on their wireless network if they don't have their own towers/equipment?

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