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This and other findings from a new study were released during PCS '97, the Personal Communications Industry Association trade show held here this month.
Golden is vice president of government relations for Telocator, The Personal Communications Industry Association, Washington, D.C.
The company has made minor design changes on the FaxView since it was first shown at the Personal Communications Industry Association show last September.
The "LifePage" program established nationally by Telocator the Personal Communications industry Association, Washington, D.C., provides free pagers to patients awaiting vital organ transplants.
The company also showed for the first time its new line of pager in the higher-speed FLEX format A lack of paging intros is due to the fact that the latest and greatest in the category were unveiled just a flow months ago at the Personal Communications industry Association show in Orlando.
And, not even taking into account new wireless technologies just emerging or yet to emerge, the total number of subscribers to wireless including broadband PCS, cellular and narrowband/paging is already projected to reach a whopping 197 million by 2006, notes the Personal Communications Industry Association (PCLA).
There are now more than 13 million cellular phone subscribers, with that number expected to reach 33 million in 1998 and 52 million by 2000, according to the Personal Communications Industry Association. PCIA projects that today's pager subscribers exceed 19 million and will rise to 36 million by 1998 and 65 million by 2003.
The Personal Communications Industry Association has more than doubled exhibit space for the show, PCS '95, and attendance this week could run twice as high as last year's turnout, according to some estimates.
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