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I would be reluctant to place any specific interpretation on the apparent volatility. I think that is something we are learning to live with, although I suspect that the XCIT proposal has damped some of the fluctuations.

I think you may already know my answer to your main question. T is NOT, IMHO, going to offer CLEC service only to the 52% of homes that have a desktop. Why should they cut themselves off from almost half of their potential market?

Even before today's announcement, T CLEC service was, in my opinion, always going to have a potentially greater market penetration than ATHM. And why not? This is T's core business, and their target is those juicy RBOC margins (if you'll pardon my grammar).

I hope this helps.

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