Qwest CEO Mueller: VZ Wireless Migration Going Well

Qwest (Q) CEO Ed Mueller says the company’s migration of its wireless service offering to Verizon (VZ) is going smoothly. Qwest is switching from selling a Qwest- branded wireless service in which it resold service from Sprint (S) to a co-branded offering from Verizon; the company started rolling out its new Verizon by Qwest wireless service two weeks ago. “I could not be happier with the relationship,” he said. Mueller said in an interview with Tech Trader Daily this morning that he modeled the arrangement on its deal to resell satellite television service from DirecTV (DTV), and its co-marketed DSL service with Microsoft’s (MSFT) MSN.

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