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What is a four g facility?

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Asked by Om Shrivastava, 15 Jan 07:09 pm
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4g is a new technology which is LTE and HSPA+. 4g has speeds of up to 10mbps, screaming fast!
Answered by LIPSIKA, 15 Jan 09:31 pm

 
  
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Answered by jameel ahmed, 15 Jan 07:17 pm

 
  
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Types of Channel Intermediaries.

There are many types of intermediaries such as wholesalers, agents, retailers, the Internet, overseas distributors, direct marketing from manufacturer to user without an intermediary, and many others. The main modes of distribution will be looked at in more detail.
one. Channel Intermediaries - Wholesalers
* They break down 'bulk' into smaller packages for resale by a retailer.
* They buy from producers and resell to retailers. They take ownership or 'title' to goods whereas agents do not see below.
* They provide storage facilities. For example, cheese manufacturers seldom wait for their product to mature. They sell on to a wholesaler that will store it and eventually resell to a retailer.
* Wholesalers offer reduce the physical contact cost between the producer and consumer e.g. customer service costs, or sales force costs.
* A wholesaler will often take on the some of the marketing responsibilities. Many pro ...more
Answered by Karan, 15 Jan 07:10 pm

 
  
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Link, u' ',

Types of Channel Intermediaries.

There are many types of intermediaries such as wholesalers, agents, retailers, the Internet, overseas distributors, direct marketing from manufacturer to user without an intermediary, and many others. The main modes of distribution will be looked at in more detail.
one. Channel Intermediaries - Wholesalers
* They break down 'bulk' into smaller packages for resale by a retailer.
* They buy from producers and resell to retailers. They take ownership or 'title' to goods whereas agents do not see below.
* They provide storage facilities. For example, cheese manufacturers seldom wait for their product to mature. They sell on to a wholesaler that will store it and eventually resell to a retailer.
* Wholesalers offer reduce the physical contact cost between the producer and consumer e.g. customer service costs, or sales force costs.
* A wholesaler will often take on the some of the marketing responsibilities. Many pro ...more
Answered by Mickey, 15 Jan 07:09 pm

 
  
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