wireless service provider


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wireless service provider

An organization that provides wireless services to its customers, including cellular services, satellite services and ISPs. See WISP.
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MetroPCS is a regional wireless service provider offering a convenient flat rate service that includes unlimited local and domestic long distance calls anytime with no contract.
wireless service provider industry had another stellar year in 2005, crossing the 200 million subscriber and 70% market penetration thresholds, receiving positive market response to the first handset-based 3G applications, and with providers reporting they had crossed the 10% data ARPU level.
MetroPCS is an innovative regional wireless service provider that offers a flat rate for convenient, hassle-free service and unlimited, anytime local calls and domestic long distance with no contract.
based in Miami, Florida, is America's largest prepaid wireless service provider and was the first prepaid wireless Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) in the U.
One exciting feature for wireless service providers is they will be able to allocate bandwidth anywhere across the Aspen network with only incremental charges, as opposed to having to purchase new circuits at every location.
Nextel and Verizon Wireless tied for first in customer care performance among the seven largest wireless service providers.
These SERP enhancements open up a world of new possibilities for the wireless service providers," said Neil Wilson, senior vice president of account services at Neomar.
Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU) today unveiled several new CDMA2000[R] products ideal for wireless service providers that desire to provide high-quality third-generation (3G) mobile voice and high-speed data services in emerging markets.
Together, they will deliver an industry-leading solution for wireless service providers seeking to recover large investments in 3G licenses.
Digivance CXD: Supporting multiple bands and multiple wireless service providers in a single, small enclosure, the CXD provides a solution for site acquisition and zoning issues that allows wireless operators to deploy DAS sites in dense urban and suburban areas.

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