Globalstar's U.S. and Canadian units launch service

Bruno, Antony
February 2000
RCR;02/28/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p16
Trade Publication
Reports the launching of mobile satellite services of Globalstar USA in North America. Target service areas and businesses; Retail price of Globalstar tri-mode telephone; Airtime and roaming rates; Impact of Globalstar operation on the mobile satellite industry; Usability of mobile satellite services on investing firms.


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