Canadian wireless users jump into the fire

Pappalardo, Denise
September 1998
Network World;09/07/98, Vol. 15 Issue 36, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on the Wildfire service which Bell Mobility of Toronto and Wildfire Communications, made available for Bell's cellular and personal communications service wireless customers. Details on the service provided by Wildfire; Cost of the service.


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