Sprint PCS to shut down gsm network in D.C

Luna, Lynnette
November 1999
RCR;11/01/99, Vol. 18 Issue 44, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that Sprint PCS will close its Global System for Mobile (GSM) communications network in Washington D.C. Termination of all roaming with GSM operators; Impact of the closure on Omnipoint Corp. and its New York customers; Speculations on the possibility that Omnipoint is negotiating to acquire Sprint's GSM equipment and roaming services.


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