Wholesale Services To Lead Telecom Market

October 2005
Business Communications Review;Oct2005, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the rise in the growth of telecom services in the U.S. Through 2009, growth in spending on telecom services will be highest among wholesalers as a vertical industry, with retail, health care and financial services following behind. The wholesale industry will spend $12.4 billion on telecom in 2009, and will need to use these services to improve sales and marketing in their effort to avoid being disintermediated within the supply chain. The total market for telecom services will be more than $165.2 billion in 2009, up from $154.4 billion in 2004, for a compound annual growth rate over the period of 1.4 percent.


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