Network interconnection with competitive transit
We examine the interaction between two interconnected networks (e.g., two LECs) and a third network (e.g., an IXC) seeking access to their customer base. The IXC could either interconnect with both LECs or interconnect with only one LEC and transit calls to the other LEC via the first LEC’s network. We show that there is a wide set of cases in which competitive transit could justify partial or even complete deregulation of access to a network’s customer base.
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David Gilo and Yossi Spiegel, "Network interconnection with competitive transit" (January 2005). Tel Aviv University Law Faculty Papers. Working Paper 9.
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