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We all know how well cable operators are doing in the VoIP space, and how effective they have been in stealing business from bells, but it wasn’t up until a recent report from Pike & Fisher’s Broadband Daily, did I realize their dominant market position. Here […]

bell phoneWe all know how well cable operators are doing in the VoIP space, and how effective they have been in stealing business from bells, but it wasn’t up until a recent report from Pike & Fisher’s Broadband Daily, did I realize their dominant market position. Here are some numbers at the end of first quarter 2005, as tabulated by PF’s team.

  • Total VoIP additions: 383,204 in Q1 05
  • At the end of Q1 2004, total cable voice subscribers were around 2.5 million
  • They have 3.5 million phone customers.
  • Cox Communications, added over 111k, to bring its total to 1.4 million. (Does this include circuit switch connections? I don’t know)
  • Comcast, since most of its 1.23 million subscribers are using old circuit switched technology.
  • Cablevision has 373,482 subs and only about 9,000 are non VoIP
  • TWC had 372,000 voice subs
  • Charter has total of 55,300
  • Insight has 68,600.
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  2. For Cox, I think that is both circuit and VoIP. Cox is very big in circuit swithed in Omaha NE, Orange County CA, and Phoenix, AZ. Those 3 markets make up most of their voice lines.

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