Cingular inks $2B government deal

The Western States Contracting Alliance (WSCA) has renewed its deal with Cingular Wireless to provide local and state governments across 50 states with wireless service. The four-year agreement is worth an estimated $2 billion in revenue for the carrier. The renewed agreement includes more than 1 million WSCA subscribers, who have access to Cingular's entire portfolio at substantially discounted prices.

For more on Cingular's WSCA deal:
- see this article from Huliq

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