$30 billion competitive wireless industry.
per year on products and services related to
the wireless industry.
Competitive Carriers Association (CCA) is North America’s leading association for competitive wireless providers serving urban, rural, regional and national areas.
Who We are
CCA was founded in 1992 by nine rural wireless carriers as a carrier centric organization known as the Rural Cellular Association (RCA). In 2012, after gaining the attention of the tier 1 carriers, RCA re-branded itself to the “Competitive Carriers Association” to better reflect its membership group and role in the industry. Still governed by carriers, CCA has grown to become the nation’s leading association for wireless providers serving all areas of the United States.
CCA members spend $15 billion on products and services annually.
CCA members serve more that 130 million customers throughout the U.S. in rural, suburban and urban areas.