The Telecommunications Act of 1996 enacted through the Clinton administration was made to create new competitiveness in the broadcasting and telecommunications marketplaces. And though some now discussion its accomplishment, there is no debating its impression on New York Metropolis business people Marshall Aronow and Andoni Economou.
The pair established telecom products and services supplier MetTel that calendar year. Neither realized substantially about the sector but were being inclined to risk their productive occupations to consider and consider gain of the new aggressive environment. Aronow is co-founder and CEO and Economou is co-founder and COO.