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Okay, a little less drastic, just look on the back of your digital cellular and tell me what you see.

Excuse me while I go and smash my head against the keyboard. Qcom is possibly a rulebreaker BUT it is for sure not a rule maker. Nokia is the rule maker. Why. Qcom's technology is used in prts of the US, Barizil, China and thats it. GSM is the digital technology used by the whole world. As an example consider the cell phone I have in front of me now.

It says Nokia on it, back and front. No where does it have any mention of Qcom. This would be because its a GSM phone.

DD
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