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AT&T Broadband announced Wednesday that it now provides local and long-distance phone service to customers in St.Paul, Minn.--a move that puts the cable TV and Internet access provider in direct competition with local phone companies like Qwest Communications International. AT&T Broadband now offers customers a single telephone line for $14.75 a month, which includes free installation, two months of free voice mail and a 30-day, money-back guarantee. Cable TV provider Comcast and AT&T Broadband are seeking government approval for their merger, a deal that would give the united company more than 21 million customers and access to 38 million households. AT&T Broadband ended the year with 1.01 million broadband telephony customers, compared to 544,000 at the same time a year ago.
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Consulting company Frost & Sullivan has downgraded its previous short-term forecasts for Bluetooth technology, blaming technical- and market-related issues for slow progress. The market analysts cite a range of issues, including device interoperability, interference from other radio technologies and fears over security as causing launch delays. Bluetooth is a short-range radio technology that allows device within 30 feet of one another to communicate sans wires. "Bluetooth is also expected to suffer to some degree from market confusion because there are such a wide range of applications. The economic slowdown has also played its part in our downgraded forecasts," a Frost & Sullivan report said. The report forecasts that 4.2 million Bluetooth-enabled devices will ship this year. Frost & Sullivan expects this to increase to an estimated 1.01 billion Bluetooth-enabled devices shipped annually by 2006. Staff writer Adrian Kerr reported from Australia.
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