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Behemoth Integrated Service Providers to Dominate U.S. Long Distance Market

Posted: 09/1998 Behemoth Integrated Service Providers to Dominate U.S. Long Distance Market By Chris Cho The U.S. long distance services market is in for a dramatic transformation in 1998 and 1999. Industry consolidation and the entry of the Bell companies will create a completely new environment in which behemoth integrated service providers will dominate the […]

Once Upon a Patent

Posted: 08/1998 Once Upon a Patent By Jennifer Knapp In early May, Aerotel U.S.A. Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Holon, Israel-based Aerotel Ltd., announced it had concluded a patent license agreement with AT&T Corp. "relating to prepaid calling card products and services." The details of the agreement were not released, but it was touted […]

What Should a "Standard" Payphone Location Contract Include?

Posted: 07/1998 What Should a "Standard" Payphone Location Contract Include? By Bob Lane So you’ve decided to enter the payphone business but you have no idea where to start. Have no fear: Independent payphone providers (IPPs) can reap great rewards if they have a basic understanding of the payphone industry.The future value and selling price […]

Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Posted: 07/1998 Follow the Yellow Brick Road Looking for a High-End Revenue Multiple? Put on Your Ruby Slippers By Casey Freymuth Illustration by Mike Ritter Roll-up strategies among interexchange carriers are generally the same and sound like this: Carrier A wants to achieve a high-end revenue multiple by becoming a Tier Two carrier ($100 million […]

Recovering the Controversial Costs of Universal Service

Posted: 06/1998 Recovering the Controversial Costs of Universal Service By Thomas K. Crowe, Esq. In May 1997, when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted its controversial universal service ruling, few service providers comprehended the effect the program would have on their businesses. Today, all service providers with even minimal interstate traffic must pay approximately 3.9 […]

What Will the Big Three Do?

Posted: 02/1998   What Will the Big Three Do? By Gary Kim Perhaps the only job in corporate America more challenging than the helm of AT&T is the CEO spot at Apple Computer. For with the addition of the IXC Communications and Qwest networks, there now are six nationwide optical long distance infrastructures. WorldCom is […]

What Will the Big Three Do?

Posted: 11/1997   What Will the Big Three Do? By Gary Kim Perhaps the only job in corporate America more challenging than the helm of AT&T is the CEO spot at Apple Computer. For with the addition of the IXC Communications and Qwest networks, there now are six nationwide optical long distance infrastructures. WorldCom is […]

International Wholesale

Posted: 11/1997 International Wholesale Market Boom Benefits Domestic Front By Casey Freymuth In recent months, PHONE+ has detailed the developments of a 60-plus member buying alliance of third-, fourth- and fifth-tiered companies seeking relief on international rates by pooling their traffic and putting it out for bid to wholesale service providers (PHONE+, June, September, October). […]

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