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Live and in 3G

The third-generation bandwagon is starting to roll.

This story appears in the June 2002 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Both Sprint PCS and Verizon have begun to deploy 3G networks, although service will be limited at least until year-end. AT&T will also be in the race by then, and Cingular will join in 2004.

Sprint is rolling out its services nationwide as expensive 3G-capable phones from its partners become available. The service will be subscription-based, although prices and coverage details were not yet finalized at press time.

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