Sprint: E911 Trouble Ahead

August 2002
Wireless Week;8/5/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 30, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the problem regarding the requirement of U.S. Federal Communications Commission for Sprint PCS on enhanced 911 (E911) computer system. Launch of Phase II E911 service by Sprint across the U.S.; Number of Global Positioning System-enabled handsets sold by Sprint as of August 5, 2002.


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