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Purpose – This paper aims to examine international mobile roaming in the Caribbean. Design/methodology/approach – This paper examines first, the question of the number of mobile phones and revenues; then secondly, it examines the background to the roaming issue as it emerged in Europe. Thirdly,...
Purpose – IPv6 is the replacement for the internet's incumbent protocol, IPv4. IPv6 adoption is required to allow the internet to continue to grow; however, there has been almost no uptake since its standardization in the late 1990s. This paper seeks to explain how this non‐adoption may be a...
Purpose – This paper aims to evaluate the impact of competitor entry on efficiency outcome in two‐sided network context. Design/methodology/approach – The context is the population of incumbent firms making up the local exchange segment of the telecommunications industry in the US over a 14‐year...
Purpose – This paper aims to empirically explore the extent to which actual use intensity of mobile internet (MI) access is influenced by factual use conditions and evaluative perceptions of MI adopters. Furthermore, it analyzes relationships between this usage behavior and mobile voice call as...
Purpose – Although FCC policy has mostly focused on broadcasters, the digital transition of television has involved a number of other players, notably cable television, DBS, and other multi‐channel video providers (MVPDs). What have been the economic effects of this transition on these various...
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