Telecommunications competition: the last ten miles
The local and short distance telecommunications markets - the "last ten miles" - of the telecommunications industry are the target of this study. Information is provided about telecommunications technology and network structure, and their relationship to t.
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The Local Telecommunications Landscape
Network Technology and the Demand for Access
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access charges access services allocation Ameritech AT&T Bell operating companies bottleneck BT's cable television calls carriers CC Dkt cellular central office Communications competitive access providers competitors cross-subsidies customers economies of scope enhanced services providers entrants entry equipment exchange expanded interconnection facilities facilities-based FCC's federal fiber-optic firms incremental cost incumbent LECs intelligent network interconnection agreements interconnection charges interexchange interface interLATA interstate intraLATA intrastate issues IXCs LEC network LEC's LECs license long-distance services natural monopoly network services Notice of Proposed number portability NYNEX OFTEL percent physical collocation plans point of presence price-cap regulation Proposed Rulemaking public service obligations rate structure regional Bell operating regulatory resale residential retail rule special access subscribers supra note switched access tandem switch tariffs Telecomm Telecommunications Act telecommunications markets telecommunications services telephone services termination traffic transport universal service virtual collocation wholesale