Time Warner Cable's Share of VoIP Market Slipping

Fierce competition from many different providers is chipping away at TW's chunk of the market -- despite overall revenue growth.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Aug 19, 2010
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"While the U.S. VoIP market should hold promise for a number of companies, Time Warner is not enjoying a windfall. In fact, despite the fact that revenues in the U.S. VoIP market continue to grow, Time Warner Cable is losing share," writes TMCnet's Susan J.Campbell.

"Time Warner competes with other cable providers in the U.S. such as Comcast and telecom companies like AT&T and Verizon. Pure play services like Skype and Vonage also pull on its market share. And, while it is expected that these losses will taper off in coming years, prolonged share declines could actually depress the company’s stock price by roughly 4 percent," Campbell writes.

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Time Warner Cable Losing U.S. VoIP Share

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