The Alternatives?

Beck, Bill
December 2000
Indiana Business Magazine;Dec2000, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p49
Discusses alternative telecommunications services for businesses in Indiana in the event of a failure of Southwestern Bell Communications/Ameritech, the company that provides communication services to Indiana. Level of competition in long-distance and local telephone service; Types of businesses that can have easy access to alternative telecommunications services.


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