Broadband price war?
By JACK KAPICA
The reality of delivering Internet access is that it is expensive, and few companies offering full service can afford to stay in the game.
The pressure is only going to increase after AOL Canada, America On-line's semi-autonomous Canadian branch, announced this week that it is now selling a broadband package in retail stores — specifically the 128-store Best Buy/Future Shop chain — including high-speed with wireless (Wi-Fi), home networking and AOL Max Internet software.
Full Story at The Globe and Mail