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The same mission, but an entirely new Telecompetitor welcomes you today. We’ve updated our look, our colors, and our website. It was time. It’s been about eight years since our last website update and this is the first time in close to 14 years that we’ve updated our look.

Change is always hard, but often necessary. The new Telecompetitor changes include our new brand, which honors our history, yet positions us for a bright future. The website and newsletter have been completely refreshed and are now accessible by whatever device you choose to interact with us.

We’ve also found new ways to feature our advertiser and sponsor partners, whose partnership with us allows Telecompetitor to remain a free resource for our community.  As with any new site, there are some minor bugs to work through, so bear with us if you experience one.

Getting Better

We’ve come a long way since I launched a “blog” back in 2007. Back then, blogging was coming into its own and my goal with Telecompetitor was to talk about the evolving competitive telecom marketplace.

Honestly, it was more about wanting to learn more about the impact of that changing marketplace and I figured writing about it was the best way to do that. Check out my first post (we have come a long way!).

Today, we’re one of the leading online publications covering the broadband industry. Our mission is to bring some context to the ever changing broadband industry, giving our audience a quick and timely snapshot into important developments that impact their company, their job, and their career.

While our coverage is broad, we have a soft spot for the small, scrappy broadband service provider that is focused on expanding broadband availability to every market and every person.

For those of you who are already a part of our community, thanks for your continued support. If you’re new to Telecompetitor, I would encourage you to join us.

A special thanks to the Pivot Group team, Telecompetitor’s parent company, which managed both the brand and website refresh.

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