Wireless personal communications services will generate revenues of $35 billion to $40 billion beyond the current levels in the United States and at least an equal amount in the rest of the world's market by the year 2010, predicts Clifford Bean, a telecommunications expert at Arthur D. Little, a consulting firm.

In addition to growing cellular phone and paging industries, new services are likely to develop rapidly "once the barriers of regulation, investment, and network infrastructure are overcome," Mr. Bean says.

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