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Rogers adds GSM-GPRS flavour to network mix as it evolves to UMTS and 3G services

News | 12/11/2000 5:00 am EST
Rogers AT&T Wireless Inc customers will soon have more choice when buying handsets and other services following a move by the national wireless service provider to implement a GSM-GPRS architecture over its existing TDMA network. The move should also help improve Rogers’ competitive position and speed its entry into next generation services by about a year.

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