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U.S. Cellular Moves To CDMA

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Dec 19, 2001, 2:45 PM   by (staff)

U.S. Cellular today announced its intention to deploy CDMA 1XRTT (3G) technology in all of its markets. The company already deploys 2G CDMA in approximately 1/3 of its markets. The conversion from TDMA to CDMA in the remaining 2/3 of its markets will start in early 2002 and should be completed in 2004. The approximate cost of the conversion will range from $400-$450 million spread over the three year period.

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