October 2001
Wireless Week;10/1/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 40, p3
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the cellular telephone service industry in the United States (U.S.) as of October 2001. Changes made by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on its anti-collusion rules for spectrum auctions; Discount made by GTE Airfone on its air to ground service; Finding of a study on the relation between wireless service prices and number of subscribers.


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