BUSI 501Telecommunications[1]

BUSI 501Telecommunications[1] - Telecommunications February...

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Telecommunications February 2, 2009 Nil Ghosh, Max Haubold, Kat Warren, Michael Wilson
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§ § Clear Channel Communications § Sprint/Nextel § Qwest Communications International § US Cellular § Verizon Communications § § BellSouth § Global Crossing § Alltel Used to be large national and regional operators Has recently been deregulated Biggest revenue generator: telephone calls Industry is moving towards text and images
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Products and Services § Analogue/Digital § Voice Calls § Bandwidth for txt and information transfer § DSL § Support Substitutes Cable TV Providers Satellite services
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Type of Market Residential § Price Sensitive § Low Switching costs § Many buyers § Many sellers § “Prime” customers Corporate Less Price Sensitive Focused on reliability/quality Huge investment because of need of stable telecom infrastructure Willing to pay premium “Key” customers Provide network connectivity to other telecom companies Wholesale circuits to heavy network users
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