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Yaser Anwar

Cable is girding for a regulatory and marketing battle against phone companies that are better equipped to offer IP Television over their fixed-line DSL services.

Its not surprising that a vast majority of telco executives believe the Internet-savvy youth market would be a major driver in telecom services.

MP check this link out pertaining to C vs T for the enterprise market, interesting stuff

http://img.lightreading.com/heavyreading/pdf/hr20060215_esum.pdf

Ward

It is not competition when a football game turns into a brawl or when the outcome turns on a penalty. Anyone who thinks this crap is competition doesn't understand the meaning of the term. Indeed, if the markets were more truly competitive it would be harder for one scroflaw to damage equipment or break rules of other sorts because he'd have more competitors watching him. The sad thing is that Kevin Martin et al. know this but they fear the consequences too much.

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