U.S. Rural ILEC's: Driving Growth in Local Markets

U.S. Rural ILEC's: Driving Growth in Local Markets

RELEASE DATE
25-Apr-2003
REGION
North America
Research Code: 6838-01-00-00-00
SKU: TE01203-NA-SF_12833

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Description

While the regional Bell operating companies (RBOCs) and the long distance carriers continue to face an increasing level of competition from alternative service providers and technologies, the rural incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs), continue to realize growth in subscribers and revenues. Whereas the RBOCs have shown a continued decline in local access lines due to competition from competitive providers such as AT&T and WorldCom (The Neighborhood service) as well as the growth in cable telephony, the rural ILECs on the other hand are expanding their reach by entering new markets. Over the next 24 months, the rural ILECs will continue to realize revenue growth through provision of new services to their customers.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Introduction
  • Summary of Key Trends

Market Overview

  • RLECs: Expanding the Footprint
  • Market Challenges
  • Market Drivers
  • Market Restraints

Rural ILEC Competitive Outlook

  • Competitive Threats from Alternative Service Providers & Technologies
  • Competition from Alternative Service Providers
  • Impact of Alternative Technologies on RLEC Markets

Rural ILECs: Analyzing the Marketing Mix

  • Variations in RLECs' Product and Marketing Strategies
  • Network Edge-Out Strategies: Analyzing the Likelihood of Success

Conclusions and Market Engineering Awards

  • Conclusions
  • Market Engineering Awards for the Rural Residential ILECs Market
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While the regional Bell operating companies (RBOCs) and the long distance carriers continue to face an increasing level of competition from alternative service providers and technologies, the rural incumbent local exchange carriers (ILECs), continue to realize growth in subscribers and revenues. Whereas the RBOCs have shown a continued decline in local access lines due to competition from competitive providers such as AT&T and WorldCom (The Neighborhood service) as well as the growth in cable telephony, the rural ILECs on the other hand are expanding their reach by entering new markets. Over the next 24 months, the rural ILECs will continue to realize revenue growth through provision of new services to their customers.
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Industries Telecom
WIP Number 6838-01-00-00-00
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