Phone Brings Cable Bundles of Joy

Gibbons, Kent
February 2006
Multichannel News;2/6/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p14
Emphasizes the victory of cable companies in their move of offer bundled-services to consumers in the U.S. Success of cable television companies, such as Cox Communications, Cablevision Systems Corp. and Time Warner Cable, in their bundled-services offerings; Explanation that consumers cannot resist the bundled-services of Internet telephone, cable television and telephone from cable companies; Importance of this move by cable companies for the telecommunication industry in the country.


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