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SBC Trying to Eliminate Competition in California DSL Market

Martin O'Donnell sent an interesting article from The San Francisco Business Times which discusses contractual changes that SBC Communications has proposed to its DSL resellers in California. Anyone who reads this article would logically conclude that SBC is trying to remove any semblance of competition from the DSL market.

This is amazing because Northern California ought to be big enough for Pacific Bell and for alternative ISPs to all make money delivering services via DSL. Is it really in anyone's interest for companies to become greedy?

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