Leap's Cricket Goes The Distance

Marek, Sue
June 2002
Wireless Week;6/10/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 23, p20
Trade Publication
Unveils the plan of Leap Wireless International Inc. to add long-distance service to its local-only customer base. Function of the Intelligent Network platform from VoiceCue Technologies Inc. which will be deployed by Leap for its long-distance service; Availability of the service to customers; Approach of Leap in billing customers.


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