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Study: consumers lust after high-speed broadband, not HDTV

Ars Technica reports: "Broadband services and speeds are ranked higher than any other "new" service when it comes to their importance to consumers. New survey results from Pike & Fischer Broadband Advisory Services show that while HDTV and digital phone service were important to some consumers, high-speed data came out ahead of the rest. The report, titled "Communications Industry Survey: Views on the U.S. Economic and Regulatory Climate," is being presented at the company's Broadband Policy Summit IV taking place in Washington, DC this week"

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