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Tremendous potential to disrupt current copper/fiber-based infrastructure if everything works as anticipated (assuming service costs to the consumer is competitive with what’s available now). I see the biggest impact in rural areas where broadband service is very limited. But I wonder, will the occasional service-drop be acceptable to Joe Consumer every time a rain/snow storm passes overhead, and the signal is lost? I guess service most of the time is better that no service at all.
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