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The Register reports BT is set to launch its long-awaited BT Vision over broadband service on Monday, December 4th. The package will include some 30 free channels, plus programming from such content providers as Disney, Channel 4, SonyBMG, the FA Partnership, and others. Subscribers will be […]

The Register reports BT is set to launch its long-awaited BT Vision over broadband service on Monday, December 4th. The package will include some 30 free channels, plus programming from such content providers as Disney, Channel 4, SonyBMG, the FA Partnership, and others.

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Subscribers will be provided with a a set-top box with an 80-hour capacity hard drive. Although pricing details are not available yet, few are visualizing Vision to take many eyeballs away from satellite service Sky as well as UK’s monopoly cable service NTL (soon to be re-branded with the unquestionably more alluring moniker of Virgin Media).

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