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Where’s your mobile video viewing frustration level?

Carolyn Mathas
6/14/2012 02:07 PM EDT

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re: Where’s your mobile video viewing frustration level?
cdhmanning   6/22/2012 8:20:17 PM
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Voice quality is surely determined by market forces. Would people be prepared to pay twice as much for higher quality calls?

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CMathas   6/19/2012 7:16:29 PM
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This report said that in eight seconds of viewing stalls, people abandon. I don't believe it takes me that long - what about you? On the voice side, I wonder how much worse it will have to get? Remember when people jumped from one company to another based on quality? Now the question is go where?

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cullenjp53060   6/19/2012 4:18:25 PM
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I agree totally. I am not sure what regulations were enforced to maintain voice quality on the old swithced network but it does not seem like that same requirements are being maintained.

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