MCI Case Study by The Research Group

MCI
A look at the competition (AT&T, Sprint), finances, industry considerations, products, customers, services, calling cards and future.
# 20266 | 4,275 words | 12 sources | 1993 | US
Published on Mar 18, 2003 in Business (Companies)


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"Introduction
MCI Communications is the second largest long.distance carrier in the United States (behind American Telephone and Telegraph), and offers long-distance phone service both domestically and internationally. Its primary business is direct dial voice transmission; the company also offers toll-free 800 service, operator assistance, worldwide direct dialing, facsimile transmission, and 900 (pay) service. This research examines the market structure, operating environment and product demand factors which affect MCI and its strategic planning role.



Industry History
Microwave Communications, Incorporated was begun in 1968 and used microwave radio technology to provide communication between..."

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