Enterprise Users May See Benefits from Merger

Rockwell, Mark
March 2006
Wireless Week;3/20/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on the potential advantage of the merger between AT&T and BellSouth on wireless enterprise customers in the U.S. Impact of the merger on the competition in the wireless industry; Benefits of the growth of wireless data and fixed mobile wireless to telephone companies; Concerns of consumer groups on the merger. INSET: Network Neutrality Takes Center Stage.


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