AOL Time Warner to Open Service to ISPs

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America Online and Time Warner said yesterday that they will open their cable-television lines to multiple Internet service providers after the companies merge.


AOL Time Warner is committed to offering consumers a choice among Internet providers and won't require consumers to purchase a service that is affiliated with the company in order to receive the companies' broadband service, AOL said in a statement.


AOL Time Warner also will not have a limit on the number of ISPs with access to the system and won't limit consumer access to the service.
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