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HOME > GLOBAL REPORT > Regulation

:: US (country regulation overview) ::

Published by OVUM
Category Regulation
Date 2009-03-17
Page 18
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Introduction
The US telecoms market is one of the most deregulated in the world. Its long-distance and international markets have been liberalised since AT&T's divestiture in 1984.

Highlights
One common theme among telcos is clear - they are all looking to provide an efficient next-generation network on which they can offer high-quality value-added services (VASs) to their customers.  Telecoms operators are faced with a string of challenges from defending their core fixed revenues to generating growth from new wave services and international operations.

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