Court To Consider Nextel Consent Decree

Carlson, Caron
December 1999
Wireless Week;12/13/99, Vol. 5 Issue 50, p24
Trade Publication
Deals with the urge of the United States Department of Justice to modify the 90 megahertz (MHz) consent decree it signed with Nextel Communications Inc. in 1995. Details on the decree; Arguments of the Alliance for Radio Competition; Company that holds the licenses for 900MHz.


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