Mobile phone use soars, but telcos not talking about joint services

Smyth, Robert
February 2002
Prague Business Journal;2/18/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p17
Academic Journal
Reports the increase in mobile phone users in 2001 in Hungary. Estimates on the total number of mobile phone users; Citations on the mobile phone operators in the country; Lack of joint services among mobile phone operators.


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