Wireless to play key role in breaking local telecom monopoly

Beckman, Kristen
August 1999
RCR;08/16/99, Vol. 18 Issue 33, p27
Trade Publication
Shares the observation made by Dale Hatfield, chief of the Office of Engineering and Technology at the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC), on the potential role of wireless technology in developing competition in the local telecommunications market. Ways by which wireless competition could break up telecommunication monopoly.


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