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MCI Communications

.... However, the company faces stiff competition from AT&T, which has not sat idly by as MCI and Sprint have moved in on its territory. ....

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The Domestic Long Distance Market & Competition

.... While AT&T lost market share to MCI and Sprint, it is still the nation's premier long distance provider, with more than $47 billion of its 1995 revenues coming ....

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Transformation of Long Distance Phone Services

.... While AT&T lost market share to MCI and Sprint, it is still the nation's premier long distance provider, with more than $47 billion of its 1995 revenues coming ....

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Electronic Mail as a Business Tool

.... Once this aspect of the business was established, it was some time before the big e mail providers, including MCI, Sprint, and AT&T, came to understand that ....

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AT&T Advertising Campaigns

.... It seems that MCI and Sprint had started calling AT&T customers directly, and offering to save them at least 20% on their long-distance service. ....

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Long Distance Industry & Market

Long Distance Industry & Market. Introduction The long distance telephone industry is an oligopoly with three major participants: AT&T, MCI and Sprint. ....

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Long Distance Telephone Industry & Market

.... & Market. Introduction The long distance telephone industry is an oligopoly with three major participants: AT&T, MCI and Sprint. ....

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Role of AT&T in the Long Distance Market

Role of AT&T in the Long Distance Market. Introduction The long distance telephone industry is an oligopoly with three major participants: AT&T, MCI and Sprint. ....

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Long Distance Industry & AT&T

Long Distance Industry & AT&T. Introduction The long distance telephone industry is an oligopoly with three major participants: AT&T, MCI and Sprint. ....

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Breakup of AT&T in 1981

.... The long distance market is serviced by AT&T and other common carriers, such as MCI and US Sprint, and by specialized common carriers. ....

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Ramifications of the 984 Breakup of AT&T

.... market. This resulted in an increased market share as the company successfully lured customers away from MCI and Sprint. The company ....

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Monopolistic Competition

.... in pricing by the others, and each has aggressively promoted its pricing plans, such as AT&T's True Choice, MCI's Friends and Family and Sprint's Dime a Minute ....

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Internet Telephony

.... call using Internet Telephony and one using "public switched telephone network" (PSTN) which is the standard created and supported by AT&T, MCI, Sprint and the ....

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Retail Internet Sites Industry

.... speaking, that business consists of "buying" or "leasing" time and bandwidth from telephone systems known as "backbone" suppliers (AT&T, Sprint, MCI and a ....

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The Telecommunications industry

.... of some 25 years, various strategic alliances have evolved into recentralization and consolidation of the telecommunications companies--Sprint and MCI, and MCI ....

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Effects of the Liberalization of the Electricity Market

.... An independent equipment manufacturing company also could compete for business from long-distance telephone competitors of AT&T, such as MCI and Sprint. ....

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Utility Infrastructures & Economic Restructuring

.... from the seven regional "Baby Bells" that provided local service, and the long-distance market was thrown open to new competitors such as MCI and Sprint. ....

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Impact of 1996 Telecommunications Act

.... competitors" (p. A19). Greenwald (1997, July 21) said "although would-be warriors such as AT&T, MCI . . . and Sprint . . . are huge ....

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The Monopoly Firm

.... decreased by 140,000 jobs, and the firm lost about thirty percent of the long-distance business to new telecommunications companies like MCI and Sprint. ....

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Taxation & Electronic Commerce

.... seven companies in particular: America On Line (which had managed some of the pprevious backgone), Apex Global Information, BBN, MCI, PSInet, Sprint and UUNet. ....

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Internet Service Providers and Taxation

.... seven companies in particular: America On Line (which had managed some of the pprevious backgone), Apex Global Information, BBN, MCI, PSInet, Sprint and UUNet. ....

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Nortel Networks

.... service providers. In 1999, MCI Worldcom and Sprint were the company's largest customers in the United States. In addition, Qwest ....

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The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) am

.... itself as the phone company of choice for Mexicans, but three American companies have expressed interest in competing for the business: Sprint, MCI and Bell ....

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Brazil Economy

.... agriculture and others” (Russia 1). Major international telecommunications firms like MCI WorldCom Inc., BellSouth Corp., and Sprint International Inc. ....

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American Telephone and Telegraph

.... competition, the company has lost a significant share of its long distance market to competitors such as MCI (which initiated the antitrust suit) and Sprint. ....

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REGULATION/DEREGULATION ISSUES

.... The long distance market is served by AT&T and other common carriers (such as MCI and US Sprint), as well as by specialized common carriers. ....

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The Future and Proliferation of Wireless Communication

.... is complete (Christopher 2). During the same period, Sprint acquired Centel, another wireless company, for $4.5 billion, and MCI tried unsuccessfully to ....

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Wireless Telecommunications Analysis

.... Verizon acquired MCI in 2006 and now supplies communications services to businesses .... has shown excellent growth, and together with AT&T and Sprint Nextel, it ....

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