Nothing Flat About These Providers

Alleven, Monica
May 2007
Wireless Week;5/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p21
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the successes of flat-rate service providers in the U.S. Leap Wireless International has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2004, and it has acquired 100 licenses through the Advanced Wireless Services (AWS). The initial public offering (IPO) of MetroPCS Communications has raised more than $1 billion, which is believed to be the largest telecommunications IPO since 2004. Meanwhile, Pocket Communications has exceeded 100,000 subscribers in March 2007.


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