I would only add that a typical national cellular network is between 3,000 and 13,000 Node Bs, and that’s a lot of flying robots, especially when you think that they will need to rotate home for downtime. It’s also a hell of a lot of aerial activity for countries that don’t have much in the way of air traffic control. And typical monthly blended ARPU in these areas is around $5. If you want to attach a flying robot to each cell, how’s that going to add up?
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