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AT&T Broadband First to be Cut Off by Excite

News.com reports that over 750,000 AT&T broadband customers have lost cable modem service as talks between AT&T and Excite@Home have been broken off. AT&T apparently didn't bother to update its own web site with the status of negotiations, waiting until midday Saturday to make a public statement.

News.com also indicated that service to some Comcast and Cox subscribers was interrupted at times on Saturday. We did not notice any disruption at our office, but then again, we weren't paying attention most of the day.

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