ILECs put lots of broadband, business and backhaul into their Q4 2011 diet

Now that the fourth quarter 2011 earnings season has wrapped up, FierceTelecom is taking a look at the performance of the top ILECs during the quarter. While it's true that wireless service continues to eat away at wireline voice revenues, they are clearly making up for it by increasing their broadband and video subscriber bases on the consumer side. At the same time, ILECs are also upping their respective Ethernet service offerings for businesses and increasing their fiber footprint out to more cell sites for wireless backhaul services. Check out the numbers...

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