Where's the evidence
That they are actually going to hang up on DSL line? I haven't seen any, nor does it make any sense. What logic would AT&T use to actually kill off DSL lines that require no capital investment, and are cash cows? I could see some super-rural lines that can't get DSL, but at this point, those lines are scrap metal already unless they throw some RDSLAMs out there to make them useful.