Crowded at the Top

June 2000
Fortune;6/26/2000, Vol. 142 Issue 1, p62
Focuses on wireless telecommunication companies that are leasing rooftop areas for antennas in order to accommodate the surge in mobile-phone usage in New York City. Revenues created by rooftop rentals; Rental rates for roof space; Impact of the increasing number of antennas on the quality of wireless service in the city.


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