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For the first half of 2014, the total number of North American subscribers for all residential voice services declined by 1.2 million. Telcos lost 1.8 million subs, while cablecos gained 609,000, and VoIP providers gained 7,000.
For the first half of 2014, the total number of North American subscribers for all residential voice services declined by million. Telcos lost million subs, while cablecos gained , and VoIP providers gained .
Telcos ended 2Q2014 with% of the North American market share, compared to % for cablecos, and% for VoIP providers. Cable share was slightly higher in Canada than in the US (% compared to %) and VoIP share slightly lower (% compared to %).
Customer advocacy groups, along with state and local officials mounted new efforts in New York and California to press for repairs to Verizon’s landline networks; while AT&T moved ahead with VoIP transition trials in Alabama and Florida.
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