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Title: Telecommunication deregulation: The case of Greece
Authors: Καραμάνης, Κωνσταντίνος 
Γεωργόπουλος, Αντώνιος 
Keywords: Τηλεπικοινωνία;Telecommunication
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: In the early 1990’s important structural policies began in Greece in the telecommunications sector. A gradual opening of the telecommunications market to competition, along with the establishment of a regulating framework, was adopted. The privatization and the reorganization of the public telecommunication organization (OTE) were also adopted. In this article we examine the reforms in the telecommunications sector in Greece. Especially, we examine if the Greek telecommunication market reforms, a) intensified the competition and b) affected the tariff of the services offered (fixed telephony, mobile telephony and internet). The data refers to 44 of the most prominent companies of fixed telephony, mobile telephony and internet services and was compiled by means of interviews with the help of a questionnaire. We evaluated these data descriptively using SPSS program. From the empirical research conducted, it was found out that the reform of Greek telecommunication market, firstly caused the entrance of new enterprises to the market and increased the competition and secondly reduced gradually the tariff of the services offered.
ISBN: 978-960-98411-1-5
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