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Friday, December 02, 2005

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john demayo

Been some interesting comments regarding the potential of an a la carte option, but as I have read it it seems to imply no, or fewer, package options would be available to consumers.

Doesn't other industries and their respective pricing models tell us in a stable and developed industry, with low (but not no) competition from any one consumers perspective, both providers and consumers benefit from a fairly comprehensive set of package and a la carte options?

I've haven't spent ages in consumer marketing but this seems to be a somewhat accepted concept, or no?

youcef

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