Re: AT&T Steps up Cingular Rebranding Ahead of iPhone

With the recent talk on this forum about Cincinnati Bell, I did a little reading about it. I've long found it fascinating that Cincinnati had it's own phone company so to speak. I was more curious about Cincinnati Bell Wireless. How could a cell phone provider that only offers service in one metropolitan area survive? They are GSM and have roaming agreements with Cingular/AT&T Wireless.

Does this mean people in the Cincinnati area are out of luck with the upcoming iPhone? It seems only Cingular/AT&T Wireless customers can get them.

I know this is a weird question, but I'm an Apple and telecom geek. :-)

John Mayson Austin, Texas, USA

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