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Aliant uses IP to roll out subscription-based TV service to customers in New Brunswick

News | 09/12/2002 4:00 am EDT

Aliant Telecom Inc. has launched its second attempt at broadband television with the rollout of its subscription-based TV on my PC service earlier this month. Company officials pledge that the new product, which in the initial stages consists of 10 channels for $9.95 a month, will not be shuttered like its VibeVision digital television service offered over copper telephone wires. Two and a half years after launching VibeVision, Aliant announced this past June that it would stop the service and convert its 3,300 customers to its satellite TV affiliate Bell ExpressVu LP (CCR, June 21/02).

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