Telecommunications Act handbook: a complete reference for business
The Telecommunications Act of 1996 has dramatically changed the telecommunications industry. This comprehensive handbook provides a practical, non-legalese explanation of the challenges, risks, and benefits confronting the telecommunications age. It also summarizes the history and development of each sector of the telecommunications industry and then clearly explains how the new legislation will change each industry sector.
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