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BellSouth Intelligent Wireless Network

The name of the Mobitex network in the U.S. when BellSouth acquired all interest in RAM Mobile Data U.S. and formed BellSouth Wireless Data. See Mobitex.
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Shibley has almost 20 years of telecommunications experience having served as president of Houston Cellular Telephone Company and also worked as general manager of BellSouth Mobility DCS in Raleigh, NC; general manager of BellSouth Mobility in New Orleans, LA; and general manager of American Cellular Corporation in Mobile, AL.
The partnership launched its PCS network in July 1996 in the Carolinas under the BellSouth Mobility DCS brand.
1 in Atlanta and Miami, while BellSouth Mobility DCS won top honors in Charlotte.
The PCS 1911 is currently available through PCS providers such as BellSouth Mobility DCS, Powertel and Microcell.
John Hoffman, chairman and keynote speaker for the IBC GPRS Congress and current senior consulting director for the GSM Association, responsible for the GPRS Roaming Initiative as well as development of the GSM Certification Forum, was former regional director for BellSouth Mobility; chief operating officer of SONOFON in Denmark; director of BellSouth International in Brussels, Belgium; general manager of BellSouth Mobility DCS and chief operating officer of Pocket Communications in Washington, DC.
He has also served in executive positions at BellSouth and as a consultant with several wireless companies, including BellSouth Mobility DCS, Palm, TWS Incorporated, PCSOne and others.
BellSouth Mobility DCS is now offering customers a virtual office on the go with two state-of-the-art wireless products - the Bosch World 718 Mobile Phone and DCS Fax Mailbox service.
RadioShack is also using Aerial Communications, BellSouth Mobility DCS and PCS PrimeCo.
Currently working with wireless providers including Vodafone UK, Vodafone New Zealand, Click GSM, Cable & Wireless and BellSouth Mobility DCS, as well as Internet messaging provider Mail.
Clift first joined BellSouth Mobility in 1991 as director of engineering and was promoted several times to his eventual role of president of American Cellular Communications Corporation and BellSouth Mobility DCS in January, 2000.
These two, as well as companies like BellSouth Mobility DCS and Pacific Bell Mobile Services, which have the benefit of a brand, do not have the benefit of a national footprint, like PrimeCo.