"You're going to see the use of that chipset being deployed in home service arrangements. You're going to see it deployed on construction sites. You're going to see a chipset actually deployed in a vehicle." Sprint says adding the wireless capability to devices like digital cameras and cars will cost no more than 15 dollars or so…..and the company envisions consumer subscriptions for service that would cover multiple devices. Heading up the new Xohm business…is Barry West….
"We're going to have the ultimate flexibility so the user really feels they're getting value from this. That they are not being charged multiple times for multiple devices. We're going to treat people as the customer, not devices as the customer." Sprint is planning to spend up to 5 billion dollars on the new network over the next three years. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.