North American Primary Line Voice Tracker: Second Quarter 2015

 

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During the second quarter of 2015, North America’s residential primary line market continued to decline compared to second quarter of 2014. Operators are mostly losing access line subscribers to VoIP or to alternative services such as OTT and mobile wireless.

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North American Primary Line Voice Tracker: Second Quarter 2015Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryMarket OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsSubscriber Competitive Landscape Subscriber Competitive Landscape(continued) Net Adds / (Losses)Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Analysis(continued)Revenue AnalysisMarket OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsSubscriber Competitive Landscape Subscriber Competitive Landscape(continued) Net Adds / (Losses)Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Analysis(continued)Revenue AnalysisMarket OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsSubscriber Competitive Landscape Subscriber Competitive Landscape(continued) Net Adds / (Losses)Market Share AnalysisMarket Share Analysis(continued)Revenue AnalysisProjectionsProjectionsProjections(continued)Last WordLast WordNorth America Voice ChartsRevenue Generating Units by Quarter (North America), 2007-2015 Revenue Generating Units by Quarter (North America), 2007-2015 (Cont.) Revenue (North America), 2007- 2015 Revenue (North America), 2007- 2015 (Cont.)Legal Disclaimer




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