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Business News – PNG Signs $36 Million Contract with Qwest

Posted: 10/1999 PNG Signs $36 Million Contract with Qwest PNG, now doing business as PowerNet Global Communications, Cincinnati, has awarded Denver-based Qwest Communications Inc. a $36 million, multiyear contract for a suite of communications solutions including frame relay, high-speed private line and domestic and international long distance services. As a Qwest wholesale customer, PowerNet Global […]

Opcenter: When the Phones Won’t Stop Ringing

Posted: 09/1999 When the Phones Won’t Stop Ringing By James R. Dukart Ironically, one of the worst things that can happen to a small or medium-sized competitive carrier is that its phones start ringing off the hook. Ringing off the hook, that is, because a flood of new clients needs a variety of services a […]

Standing Out in a Crowd

Posted: 02/1998 Standing Out in a Crowd The long distance market is a pretty crowded place. And with the entry of new satellite concerns, Internet telephony providers, resellers of all stripes, and–perhaps sooner than we all expected–the former Bell companies, it’s only going to get worse. On the up side, it’s the little guys that […]

Put it Down to Growing Pains

Posted: 09/1997 Put it Down to Growing Pains Clients Rate Their Billers in a New Report Debera Bell-Beam The report card is in, and it’s not great. But it’s not bad, either. Among the findings, one in four telecom service providers would give their billing suppliers an average or below-average rating, according to the new […]

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