Wall Street Journal: In the Elevator With AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

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  1. This will probably come across like I’m a childish idiot, but would the top 4 wireless network owners consider it anyway? What if Sprint, AT&T, T-mobile, and Verizon got together and formed a non-profit organization (like a co-op) that owned and operated their wireless network infrastructure? The companies would “sell” their networks to the new organization, which would then pay back the wireless carriers with funds they made from selling network time to the carriers. The governing board would be made up of representatives from all the carriers as well as new neutral parties, such as a chairperson that all carriers agreed upon who has no dog in the fight.
    If the four carriers would cooperate in this manner, the entire network would be stronger, and 5G implementation would occur at light-speed, with no need for overlapping infrastructure.

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