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Future of Bell’s IPTV offering unclear

News | 09/08/2008 2:58 pm EDT

Bell Canada‘s announcement last month to deploy fibre to the neighbourhood (FTTN) in new suburban multiple dwelling units has raised questions about the future of the telecom giant’s Internet TV service. Touted as the next-generation in TV viewing by former president and CEO Michael Sabia nearly two years ago, Bell’s IPTV offering now appears sidelined and its future uncertain.

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