Has Sprint started a new price war?; Lack of scale signals gloomy fate for Nortel

> Voice Mobility Announces Aliant Telecom Settlement

> Can you hear me now? Has Sprint Started a New Wireless Price War?

> West Scranton PA customers still without phone service

> As FCC Chair Martin Resigns, He Leaves Controversial Legacy

> Financial Times says Lack of scale signals gloomy fate for Nortel

> The doctor will see you now - if you're online

> Gather.com asks What Happened to Telephone Service?

> Mesa Capital Partners joins SkyWi lawsuit against Qwest


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