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- Since the breakup, AT&T continues
To provide long distance service, however, it is now in competition with other companies. seven regional fiddle
operating companies that were spun off from AT&T and provide several independent local and cellular
telephone service. Due to frequent mergers and other changes, the industry is in a state of constant flux.
- Companies in the United States that provide communication services to the public are called common carriers.
Their offerings and prices are described by a document called a tariff, which must be approved by the Federal
Commission for Interstate and International Traffic and Communications for State Public Utilities
Commission for interstate traffic.
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- in which the national government has a complete monopoly on all
communication, including mail, telegraph, telephone, and often, radio and television. most of the world falls
in the range of. In some cases the Telecom Authority is a nationalized company, and in others it is
Simply a branch of government, commonly known as PTT (Post, Telegraph and Telephone Administration).
Worldwide, the trend is towards liberalization and competition and away from government monopolies. majority of
European countries have now (partially) privatized their PTT, but elsewhere the process is still progressing slowly.
- With all these different suppliers of services, there is clearly a need to provide compatibility on a worldwide scale.
To ensure that people (and computers) in one country can call their counterparts in another country.
- Actually, it
The need has existed for a long time. In 1865, representatives of several European governments formed
The predecessor of today’s ITU (International Telecommunication Union). Its work was doing international standardization
Telecommunications, which in those days meant telegraphy. Even then it was clear that if half the countries use
Morse code and the other half used some other code, there was going to be a problem
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