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And Finally... What three fixed wireless service providers filed for Chapter 11 in 2001? Submit your answer here.

Yesterday's Question: In May 2004, then FCC Chairman Michael Powell pulled his support for Nextel's plan to relocate spectrum in what band? Answer: Nextel wanted to move from 800MHz to 1.9GHz. Correct responses came from: Carrie McKenzie, T-Mobile USA; Bee Lee, Sprint Nextel; Danielle Gotkis, Trilibis Mobile; Jill Rabach, Sprint Nextel; Mike Rampton, Sprint Nextel

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