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Monday, June 06, 2005

Broadband demos start to change The lower price points (and lower speeds) of the DSL offerings from Bells have started to increase the footprint of broadband households, according to new research report prepared by Leichtman Research Group (LRG.) Average household income of broadband subscribers has fallen by 10% this year to $59,500, mostly because of aggressive price cuts by DSL providers. Cable, is becoming a preferred medium for higher income households, and LRG says that the mean annual household income of cable broadband subscribers is 17% higher than their DSL counterparts


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