2011 Telecom Tea Party

Warner, Trevor
July 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2011, p170
Trade Publication
The article offers information about telecom bill, which is defined as any billing for voice and data services in the U.S. It mentions that it is important to know that carriers charged differently and that much of the services are negotiable in the hospitality sector. It affirms that one needs to know the language that carriers use as well as its varied applications.


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