Ah! Some CPNI Relief

Lockwood, Judith
August 1999
Wireless Week;08/23/99, Vol. 5 Issue 34, p2
Trade Publication
Comments on the relaxation of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of its rules on customer proprietary network information (CPNI). Reason for the inability of wireless companies to use CPNI to sell digital handsets to customers; Reaction of carriers; Advantages of the flexibility of the revised rules of the FCC.


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