While this is unexpected, it indicates that AOL is remaining technologically agnostic. But I wouldn't expect AOL, if they expand DSL trials further, to compete in the same markets as Time Warner,
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They're going to sell about five of them. I'm all for integration, and I think customers are, too, but this is way too expensive for the market right now. It's ideal for college students, but they're exactly the ones who can't afford this.
People realize it's not a good idea to put all your eggs in one basket.
ISPs' rhetoric is increasingly strident about content from outside providers raising the costs of their networks. But I haven't seen hard data that suggests the volume of legitimate video is coming close to swamping ISP networks yet.
I'm sure one of the clauses in AOL's deal with broadband partners was a fairly hefty commitment as far as how many customers would make the switch. Two dollars removes any sort of price-related inertia that their dial-up customers might feel.
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