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Regulators Take Aim at High Cellular Rates
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Broadcasting & communications industry; Capital & debt management
Author: Lazzareschi, Carla
Date: Oct 23, 1992
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California's cellular telephone users, who have made the state the mobile communications capital of the nation, may soon enjoy rate reductions for the first time since service began here in 1984. But the cuts, which could slash rates in one of the nation's most expensive cellular markets by as much as one-third, are likely to add more congestion to the already overcrowded cellular airwaves, the phone companies say. The move by the California Public Utilities Commission to cut cellular rates is an unprecedented action that will be closely watched by regulators and cellular phone companies across the nation. (excerpt)

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