Much like falling voice revenues, DSL's market share losses at the hands of cable are taking a...
Much like falling voice revenues, DSL's market share losses at the hands of cable are taking a toll on the wireline operations of U.S. telcos. AT&T (T) lost 636K DSL lines in Q4, a figure that can't be offset by U-verse subscriber gains. By contrast, Time Warner Cable's (TWC) Q4 report boasted of a 130K broadband subscriber gain. Verizon's (VZ) reseller agreements with cable companies could worsen matters.
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