Get Your Rutabagas With No Wires Attached

Careless, James
August 2000
Wireless Week;08/28/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 35, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that the online grocer, The Peachtree Network has signed a deal with Bell Mobility that allows the ordering of groceries in Canada using Web-enabled personal communication system phones. Comments from Peachtree President Jeremy Lee Jones regarding wireless devices; What the success of Peachtree's wireless strategy may reflect.


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