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What's after Google's wireless bid?

There are possibilities galore for the repercussions of Google's confirmed bid in the 700 MHz wireless spectrum if it does win it.

There are possibilities galore for the repercussions of Google's confirmed bid in the 700 MHz wireless spectrum if it does win it.

An excerpt from AP:

Internet analyst Mark Mahaney of Citigroup Global Markets estimates that Google could be generating an additional $700 million in annual revenue by 2010 if the projected 4 billion mobile phone users worldwide at that time average just one Internet search per month on their handsets.

Google's bid clearly turns the heat on its new competitors.

While many people think Google's initiatives deviate from its core competency, there is definitely a plan that unites all of this. Google's vision has always been to make information universally accessible, and that includes every electronic device that delivers any piece of information.

So, what do you think Google's next big move will be if they do win the spectrum bid?

 

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