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cable telephone

A voice over IP (VoIP) telephone service provided by a cable TV company. It uses the same cable that provides television service, but requires that the subscriber's phones be attached to cable adapters for hookup to the cable. See cable TV, VoIP and triple play.
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The number of fixed cable telephone subscribers grew 0.
Once cable is installed, you can choose from a whole range of additional services that include cable telephone and the Internet.
In fact, having a Cable telephone line will save you money on bills.
Revenues from UK cable telephone and TV subsidiary Cable & Wireless Communications, formed through the merger of Mercury with three other cable companies in April last year, grew by 16 per cent.
After less than 12 months, the number of subscribers to its cable telephone service stands at nearly 163,000.
Massive consolidation in the cable telephone and television services industry came a step closer yesterday after Telewest announced it was in advanced talks to take over rival General Cable.
Wren had a distinguished career at Comcast, the nation's largest facilities-based provider of cable telephone service.
Telewest said more than 150,000 homes in the Midland franchise area had switched to cable telephone or a third of the homes which its network passes.
More than 75,000 subscribers to Videotron's cable telephone service
MONTREAL -- Videotron is pleased to announce that it is rolling out its residential cable telephone service in Montreal.
As the largest cable telephone service provider in the nation, Cox's addition of these locations increases its total number of telephone markets to 22, or 70 percent of Cox's total footprint by year-end.