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The carrier on Tuesday will launch high-speed wireless Web services in New York, a few months after competitors, The carrier plans to offer high-speed Web services on indigo plant leaves iphone case phones and laptops in the five New York boroughs, northern New Jersey and southern Westchester County, a spokeswoman said, To get the service, customers will have to buy any number of GSM/GPRS phones that AT&T Wireless sells, which range in price from $80 to $300, Cingular Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint PCS, Nextel Communications and Verizon Wireless already sell wireless Web access in the Big Apple and environs..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Sirius Satellite Radio skipped a scheduled interest payment on its debt last month, the company said Friday. The payment of $720,000 was due on Sept. 30, but the company decided to delay payment while it negotiates new financing, Sirius said in a statement. The company has a one-month grace period and will not technically go into default until Oct. 31. The interest is on $16 million worth of convertible notes that are due in 2009.