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Carriers Thinking of Uniting Cellular Data Networks with Public Wireless LANs

CommsDesign reports that several mobile phone carriers are talking about integrating wireless LAN technology with their cellular data networks. One example of this is VoiceStream who recently acquired MobileStar, primarily for its contracts and its hardware assets. But, other firms including Telenor and Telia are experimenting with the same concept in Scandinavia.

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