Amid competing narratives over the future of flying cellphone antennas in to the earth’s hemisphere to ease distribution of next-gen cellular networks, Google-parent Alphabet Inc. alongside the Japanese multinational investment conglomerate, SoftBank Inc.’s attempts to bring in the flying antennas in to mainstream wireless data distribution had begun to receive backing from global telecom giants, signalling a reinvigoration of the resounding lobbying efforts targeted at receiving regulatory approval to launch the flying cellphone networking antennas.

In point of fact, latest attempt of SoftBank and Alphabet to hold forth with an ambitious approach to launch flying antennas to deliver high-speed internet access in to the remote parts of the globe came in to being as SoftBank-owned Japanese homegrown tech firm Telco’s HAPSMobile alongside Loon that spun off of Alphabet Inc.’s business incubator, had long been exploring an option to divulge flying cellphone antennas in to the earth’s hemisphere at a higher altitude.

In a latest turn of event, a number of global telecom tycoons from five continents such as Airbus, Nokia, Ericsson, Deutsche Telekom, Bharati Airtel, Telco’s China telecom, Telefonica and a many more had recently joined the lobbying efforts of SoftBank and Alphabet Inc.

to deploy flying antennas at remote locations, suggesting a vote of confidence for SoftBank’s Telco and Alphabet Inc.’s Loon which formed a merger last year aimed at launching flying antennas which will be carrying out cellphone networking on behalf of the telecom titans upon approval.

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