Telecom competition, version 1.0

Rohde, David
April 1999
Network World;04/05/99, Vol. 16 Issue 14, p22
Trade Publication
Investigates the reasons why regional Bell operating companies were no keen on entering the telephone long-distance market in the United States. Competition requirements for telephone companies under the telecommunications reform law; Interest among the companies in Bell Atlantic's operations in New York.


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