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June 2006
Brand Strategy;Jun2006, Issue 203, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports on the relevance of the growth of multichannel televisions such as Internet television or mobile television, voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) services for making phone calls over the Internet and video on demand (VOD) to all markets. The arrival of VOIP services changed the telecommunication industry. VOD allows viewers to download a range of movies, sporting events or other television content whenever they wish.


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