Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Global 100 2014: In the red zone

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Wednesday 22 October 14

America's big two now lead the telecoms world, but major markets like Brazil will also have a big impact on telcos' fortunes.

It's America one and two as, for the first time in seven years, we have a major change at the top of the Global 100. Based on the most recent year's financial results, Verizon is now the second-largest telecoms operator in the world by revenues, pushing NTT–once the world leader–down into third place…

It's America one and two as, for the first time in seven years, we have a major change at the top of the Global 100. Based on the most recent year's financial results, Verizon is now the second-largest telecoms operator in the world by revenues, pushing NTT–once the world leader–down into third place…

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