T-Mobile: End of the Line?

Seybold, Andrew
May 2005
Wireless Week;5/1/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p37
Trade Publication
Focuses on the possible business failure of wireless communications company T-Mobile USA. Overview of wide-area and wireless-fidelity network services offered by the company in the U.S.; Criteria used in measuring the success of a wireless company; Criticism against the failure of the company to offer third-generation mobile services.


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