NGB service allows dial-up users to taste cable broadband

September 2006
CED;Sep2006, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
The article introduces the Pay As You Go Broadband, a new service that allows a multiple system operator to provide potential high-speed data customers by Next Generation Broadband in the U.S. This will able potential customers to acquire access time on a per usage basis. The system offers built-in session management, track customer time usage, and allows subscribers to check their account at any time.


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