Trickle-Down Effects of 800 MHz Rebanding

Marek, Sue
May 2005
Wireless Week;5/1/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the impact of the decision of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to realign the 800 megahertz band on rural wireless telecommunications company SouthernLINC Wireless. Brief history of the company; Decline in the revenues posted by the company for the first quarter of 2005; Efforts of the company to upgrade its subscriber handset in preparation for rebanding in 2006.


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