BellSouth, is cutting prices on its higher end DSL prices, perhaps due to a triple play threat posed by Comcast, that recently launched its VoIP services in the Atlanta area. I am no big fan of duoply, but if it means $5 less from consumers, the market place seems to be working, in a dysfunctional sort of a way.
As part of the cuts, the residential FastAccess DSL Xtreme, which features downstream connection speeds of up to 3Mbps, by $5, to $37.95 per month. In addition, new residential customers who purchase FastAccess DSL Ultra, FastAccess DSL Xtreme or FastAccess DSL Xtreme 6.0 will get a $50 Visa gift card. I find it ironic that BellSouth, is cutting prices, when other DSL incumbents are not, or are even increasing the monthly charges.
3 thoughts on “BellSouth Cuts DSL Prices”
Ah, yes. The sweet stench of market competition … better services at lower cost.
Funny how the market works when you let it.
Yeah but bellsouth is the one losing most business customers, they probably need to retain residential customers….