Clear Communications Ltd. vs. Telecom Corp. of New Zealand Ltd. (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Clear Communications Ltd. vs. Telecom Corp. of New Zealand Ltd. (A)  Case Solution

This note goes through the new entrant in New Zealand telecommunications market during the period 1989-1994. The business is dependent on access to the network of the incumbent, Telecom Corp. to lend all of its services..
This feeling of being dependent proves to be an important obstacle to CCL's expansion into in the local call market, specifically provided NZ’s unique "light-handed" regulatory system. Clear ultimately spent dollars in millions in the four year failed lawsuit to get better terms of interconnection. In October 1994, future strategy had to be determined by the CEO of the company.

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PUBLICATION DATE: June 30, 1998

 

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