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BellSouth Scales Back Next-Gen Goals - Unaggressive plan gets even less so

"Already far less aggressive than SBC and Verizon, BellSouth's next-gen plans have been scaled down further, reports Telephony Online. 'Previously, BellSouth had planned to have fiber within 5000 feet of 75% of its customers at an average cost of $225 per home by 2007,' says the article. The company has re-adjusted that goal to 50% of its customers at an average cost of $150 per home. The article also says BellSouth is tinkering with, but not yet sold on, IPTV."


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