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Before the breakup, AT&T was locked out of certain industries (like selling computers) and guaranteed a profit based on revenues and rate increases tied to expenses. Today, the industry is nothing like it was then. The RBOCs are unlike any other industry I am familiar with. They are required to make individual ports on their network equipment available to their competitors at a price dictated by a disinterested third party just so they can offer long-distance service, they are prevented from expanding into many new markets (a recent example would be cable TV), and they no longer enjoy monopoly status on home phone service—I can choose to opt out of wired phone service and have either VOIP provided over a cable modem or simply use my cellular phone at home.