Telia Kick Starts Data Flow With Free GPRS

Quigley, Paul
December 2001
Wireless Week;12/3/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 48, p24
Trade Publication
Announces the move of Telia AB in offering free wireless data service to its customers while its general packet radio service (GPRS) called Mobile online for three months. Factors driving the use of mobile communications by young people; Ways n which carriers are marketing their GPRS services.


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