The network elements were sold to other carriers after shutdown.Qwest was the only Baby Bell that offered its wireless service as an MVNO; Since the wireless company used Sprint's network, most of their phones were Sprint phones with the Qwest name on them.Qwest Communications- (CTQ)-provides voice, data, Internet, and video services in the United States.It operates in three segments: Wireline Services, Wireless Services, and Other Services.At its largest, Qwest Wireless had roughly one million customers, but due to a lack of network availability outside the 14-state Qwest region, the service suffered from slow growth.This lack of on-network coverage was only partially offset by Qwest Wireless' advanced network features, most notably One Number Service (ONS).Their phones included models from Sanyo, Samsung, Nokia, UT Starcom (formerly Audiovox), HTC, and Motorola.
Qwest Wireless maintained its own network elements, device inventory, billing, and service—offering combined billing and eventually, discounts for customers who purchased other, qualifying Qwest services.
ONS allowed customers to receive calls to their home phone number on the wireless.
As humans have evolved from hunter-gatherers into civilized societies and more recently into modern societies, there have been substantial changes in the relationship between men and women, with perhaps one of a few remaining biological constants being that both adult women and men must have sexual intercourse for human procreation to happen.… continue reading »
I remember seeing the discussions in here years ago about them and thought it was odd that these two were still unmarried and unattached and unconnected to any serious or real relationships with women in all these years. Some of those pictures are still eye-opening, to say the least. Years later that pic at R53 still makes me crazy to look at. After all, she is Australian and what better reason for him to live there as well?… continue reading »