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"A or B" side?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Bob, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     



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  2. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  3. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  4. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  5. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  6. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  7. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  8. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  9. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  10. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  11. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  12. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  13. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  14. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  15. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  16. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  17. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  18. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  19. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     
  20. CharlesH

    CharlesH Guest

    In article <10egpu1of2u133b@corp.supernews.com>,
    Jeff P. <jeff_phil-NO@SPAM-yahoo.com> wrote:
    >Also, you make no sense to mention GTE/Verizon or Cellular One / AT&T
    >without referencing WHERE you are talking about. Cellular One is still in
    >business. They still operate the A band where I live. But, many of Cellular
    >One's systems were sold off to various companies. Some Cellular One systems
    >even went to Verizon. They didn't ALL go to AT&T like you mentioned. Also in
    >this area Verizon took over Airtouch, not GTE.


    "Cellular One" is not a wireless provider; it is a franchise name, which
    many unrelated wireless companies licensed and operated under that name.
    Which means that "Cellular One" in one region is a completely different
    company than "Cellular One" in another.

    Actually, Verizon Wireless did not "take over" GTE and Airtouch; their
    parent companies merged (in the case of GTE) and/or spun off their
    wireless subsidiaries (in the case of Vodaphone/Airtouch) to form
    Verizon Wireless.
     

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