Rural Cellular

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Rural Cellular
Industry Cellular Communications
Successor Verizon Wireless
Founded 1990
Headquarters Alexandria, Minnesota, United States
Key people
Steven K. Berry (CEO, President, & Director)
Products Cellular Telephone Service
Revenue 125.7 Million in Q3 of 2003
Number of employees

Rural Cellular was a telecommunications company that had run the Unicel mobile network. It operated in Midwest, Northeast, Northwest and the Southern regions of the United States and was bought by Verizon Wireless on January 25, 2009 for approximately $2.67 billion in cash and assumed debt.[1]

External links[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Verizon Wireless To Acquire Rural Cellular Corporation


  1. ^ "Rural Cellular Corporation: Private Company Information - Bloomberg". Retrieved 2017-04-19.