FCC Okays Two Mega Wireless Networks

April 2000
Wireless Week;04/03/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 14, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States (US) Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved the transfer of the Bell Atlantic and Vodafone AirTouch wireless licenses to their Cellco Partnership. Coverage of Cellco; Details on the business venture; FCC approval of Aerial Communications Incorporated's wireless license transfer.


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