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IPTV Builds Momentum in Several Markets

"Delivering video content over broadband networks is now a part of many operators� plans. But this service is a high-cost, low-margin business. A wide range of factors will determine the success or failiure of the different services. But a competitively priced bundle of services will be the most important factor in holding on to customers in the face of cable competition. Analysis from Point Topic on prices for double or triple play bundles shows how monthly tariffs vary between operators around the world."

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