April 2004
RBOC Update;Apr2004, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Reports that BellSouth Corp. selected Charlotte, North Carolina for the first major deployment of public wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) networking in the region in April 2004. Objectives of the Wi-Fi trial; Benefits of the service for the people of Charlotte; Percentage of Cingular Wireless owned by BellSouth.


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