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August 19, 2009 / Raffy Pekson II

Qwest Wireless Service Ends October 31

Qwest Communications International Inc. has begun sending notices to its customers notifying them they have 60 days to switch to another wireless provider. Until last year, the company sold wireless phone plans under the Qwest Wireless brand using Sprint network access, which Qwest bought wholesale. In May 2008, it had reached a five-year agreement to sell Verizon Wireless services and handsets under the Verizon brand. Qwest said that less than 25% of its 763,000 wireless subscribers are still using Qwest Wireless; the remainder are already signed up with Verizon Wireless. For more information on the change, visit http://www.qwest.com/wirelessfaq.

Source: Pudget Sound Business Journal

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