Keep LNP, Pooling Separate

Levine, Charles
December 2001
Wireless Week;12/31/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 51, p3
Trade Publication
Discusses issues on wireless number pooling and local number portability (LNP) mandates in the wireless communication industry in the United States in 2002. Network upgrades involved in pooling and LNP; Effect of LNP on consumers; Claim of state regulators on LNP; Costs of LNP.


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