Cablevision Fortifies Phone Options

May 2005
Multichannel News;5/9/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 19, p22
Focuses on a deal between Cablevision Systems Corp. and Sprint PCS which offers the cable subscribers unlimited calls to Puerto Rico as part of its voice-over-Internet protocol product in the U.S. Discounts received by Cablevision customers who buy Sprint wireless phone service from Optimum store; Plans of Cablevision to add wireless phone service to its offerings; Number of Hispanics in New York City as of May 2005.


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