Auction Delay Highlights Paging Woes

Vaughan, Allyson
June 2001
Wireless Week;06/04/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 23, p57
Trade Publication
Reveals why the United States Federal Communications Commission delayed the auction for paging licenses, moving from June 26 to October 30, 2001. What the delay underscores; Profession in which paging services are widely used; Opportunity of small carriers in the auction; Top paging companies that are in trouble.


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