September 2004
Multichannel News;9/27/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p50
The article presents information related to the entertainment business. Verizon Communications Inc. has begun marketing a $60-per-month bundle of voice-over-Internet protocol telephone and DSL service. The company said customers who subscribe to its new Voice-Wing broadband phone service before December, 31 can get its Verizon DSL package for $29.95 per month. U.S. Digital Television Inc. (USDTV) said it surpassed the 10,000-subscriber mark for its wireless TV service, which is available in Salt Lake City, Albuquerque and Las Vegas. USDTV said more than half of its customers subscribe to neither cabie nor satellite. Wal-Mart is distributing USDTV's off-air receiver.


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