AT&T is required to offer naked DSL for $19.95 in markets that are at
least 80 percent upgraded for broadband. That describes many of AT&T's
biggest markets, says Kimmelman, who helped negotiate the settlement.
Under the deal, AT&T's cheap DSL products will clock in at 768 kilobits
So, this means ONLY in the markets that have 80% broadband penetration?
And it's only 768k, so upgrades are the norm.
Wonder if that icludes takes, modem rental and other fees may apply, as
wel as early termination fees?
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