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Thursday, August 04, 2005
Cable players are seen to put in the fiber line all the way to the computer servers in for 15 percent less than the telecom players in the US - and it could do it in days, not weeks, says IHT. To attract business customers, cable companies are increasingly positioning themselves as a friendlier, cheaper, more flexible alternative and are aiming to win the small corporate clients that the big phone companies have tended to neglect. They are selling data and phone services to hotels, restaurants, schools and hospitals that already buy television services from them, and they are making headway with small establishments like family-run shops and gasoline stations. More than 90 percent of the businesses that Cox,a well known cable company sells to employ fewer than 100 workers.
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