The Reseller Qwest

Brown, Karen
March 2004
Wireless Week;3/1/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of wireless company Qwest Communications International to transform itself from wireless network operator to reseller. Decrease in the number wireless customers in the fourth quarter of 2003; Company which will provide the network capacity and systems for Qwest; Option given to customers who do not need a replacement for their Qwest handsets.


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