Here in Finland we don't even have a single one WDMA network commercially
open, plus operators don't seem to know for which kind of services consumers
would willing to pay for. Instead prices are dropping since the new
enumeration legislation and operators are in trouble with decreasing ARPUs.
Well, maybe rest of the Europe has gone by us. Without some real 3G services
there isn't really demand for the extra bandwidth. I haven't heard of very
many revolutionary 3G services, are there such in Europe already? Current
WCDMA phones - at least in Europe - are quite modest and don't seem to
enable anything you couldn't do with an (E)GPRS phone.