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Incremental capital costs of telephone access and local use

by Bridger M. Mitchell

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Telephone -- Rates -- Mathematical models.,
  • Telephone -- Costs -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBridger M. Mitchell.
    ContributionsIncremental Cost Task Force.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE8777 .M58 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 45 p. ;
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2192131M
    ISBN 10083301000X
    LC Control Number89010913

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Incremental capital costs of telephone access and local use by Bridger M. Mitchell Download PDF EPUB FB2

At approximately average levels of telephone use, the combined incremental capital costs of additional residential lines (access plus average usage) range from $53 annually in larger urban areas to $ in small urban communities.

Incremental capital costs of additional average business lines in the same communities range from $54 to $ annually. Incremental capital costs of telephone access and local use. [Bridger M Mitchell; Incremental Cost Task Force.] Home.

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Santa Monica, CA: Rand, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bridger M Mitchell; Incremental Cost Task Force. Incremental Capital Costs of Telephone Access and Local Use Bridger M. Mitchell Subject: Develops a methodology for assessing the incremental costs of local telephone services and provides initial estimates of those costs for conditions that are typical of California markets served by the two major local exchange carriers - Pacific Bell.

Incremental Costs of Telephone Access and Local Use Author: Bridger M. Mitchell Subject: Marginal and incremental costs are well-established concepts in economics, but are less familiar to local telephone companies and regulators.

Incremental costs are the additional costs a firm will incur to expand service in the future. Incremental costs are the additional costs a firm will incur to expand service in the future.

This report develops a methodology for assessing the incremental costs of local telephone services and provides initial estimates of those costs for conditions typical of California markets served by the two major local exchange carriers — Pacific. Mitchell, Bridger M.Incremental costs of telephone access and local use / Bridger M.

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