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Frontier telephone case study

Networks without boundaries

In the early days of telephony, multiple phones in a household or company were a common. Individual networks were often locally bounded, and allowed only connecting to telephones on the same network. The interoperability principle increased the benefit of consumers and increased competition among providers. As today, we are facing once more the risk of diverging telephony standards, this case study should remind us that there can be no winners in a fragmented network. 

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