USA Based CDMA Network to Shut-Down
Published on: 19th Dec 2013
Regional USA based CDMA network operator Revol Wireless has announced that it will be closing down its mobile phone service and will terminate all customer accounts next month.
The company will continue to operate as a Sprint reseller though, and will rebrand its own retail stores under the Boost brand.
Revol Wireless are being encouraged to migrate to the Boost service before their lines are cut at midnight on the 16th January 2014.
The future of the company has been in doubt for some time. In September 2011, its lenders took ownership of the company after it was unable to repay US$150 million of debt it had taken out in 2005.
Last month, it announced that it would sell its radio spectrum assets to Sprint, which put the future of the wireless network in some confusion. The company has notified its customers of the shut-down by letter and text message.
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