SPOTLIGHT: Is a phone for all networks feasible?

In light of the FCC chairman's recent proposal to have an "open access" network for part of the 700MHz spectrum, industry analyst Andrew Seybold writes that a mobile handset capable of supporting all of the various network technologies and other standard features would probably be too expensive for most consumers. Article

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