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Wednesday, January 08, 2003

Broadband ISPs mull the healing power of price cuts [] - George Mannes suggests that tiers of service at lower price points will attract more broadband customers, which is better for basically everyone. The cable companies get more revenue for the already-deployed plant, and online services get more potential customers. If someone would only clue in Cablevision, which is raising my rates to $44.95, f--k you very much.  With the increase to $63 for the basic+HBO+Starz+channels you want to watch, my monthly cable "relationship" is costing me $100. Now, since I can't get DSL due to local phone "SLICKing" I'm pretty stuck with the cable modem, but sattelite TV is another story... 
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