Could Cable Use LTE-LAA to Create Its Own Mobile Network?

If new protocols will allow Long Term Evolution networks to run over unlicensed Wi-Fi spectrum, using licensed assisted access, there is no reason to believe that same technique could not be used by a cable operator with a huge footprint of public Wi-Fi hotspots. 



Comcast is the foremost example of a firm that could leverage LTE-LAA to run most of its access operations using the already-deployed public hotspot network. 
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