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Electricity Companies and Railway Networks as Newcomers in Telecommunications

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Abstract

Whether or not the networks of railway and electricity companies will be able to provide an alternative competitive infrastructure for the provision of telecommunication services, depends both on the existing supply and demand factors shaping the market conditions for telecommunication services and on the type of facilities that railway and electricity companies are able to provide

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Access Network Electricity Company Telecommunication Service Railway Network Railway Company 
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