Federal subsidy sparks rural feuds

Luna, Lynnette
February 2004
America's Network;2/15/2004, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p14
Trade Publication
Discusses Western Wireless Corp.'s tapping of the universal service fund to expand operations. Subsidies received by the company in 14 states to offer CDMA-1x service to places where residents never had access to basic telephone service; Market execution; Technology; Network reach; Competitive factors. INSET: Inside Sources.


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