Industry needs WLNP clarification

Weaver, Heather Forsgren
July 2003
RCR Wireless News;7/14/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 28, p3
Trade Publication
Discusses issues on the plans of the U.S. Federal Communication Commission to implement wireless local number portability (WLNP) in the country as of July 2003. Issues pointed out by the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association; Possible ramifications of WLNP implementation; Usual amount of time in porting a customer to a wireless carrier.


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