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Utilities take pass on offering broadband

Most firms skeptical of providing service over power lines

By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / October 25, 2004

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The nation's top telecommunications regulators are convinced that electric-power lines are finally ready to become a revolutionary new way for Americans to get high-speed Internet access, unleashing competition for cable and phone giants. (Full article: 823 words)

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