CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 1996 |
The City Council Tuesday will consider approving a public-private venture that would expand Anaheim's fiber-optic network to provide a high-speed telecommunications system serving residents, businesses and government offices. Under the proposal, San Diego-based SpectraNet International would build the "universal telecommunications system."
August 23, 2000
TMEX USA, a Newport Beach telecommunications company, said Tuesday that it has signed a new 12-month contract with a New Jersey company for $60 million worth of prepaid network time. The value of the commitment from Mak-Tel is $5 million per month in prepaid network time to support the Clifton, N.J., company's debit card distribution business. TMEX said the revenue from the contract should make it a profitable operation heading into the next six months.