What is the mobile termination regime for the asymmetric firms with a calling club effect?
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Keywordstelecommunications; asymmetric regulation; mobile termination rates; MTR; networks; calling club effects; size differentiation; firm profits; consumer surplus; network economics; welfare increase.;
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