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ALSO CALLED: Triple-play Services, Triple Play Bundled Services, Telecommunications Bundling, Bundling (Telecommunications), Bundled Telecommunications Services, Triple-play Bundled Services, Bundled Services
DEFINITION: A triple-play network is one in which voice, video and data are all provided in a single access subscription. The most common applications are Telephony, community antenna television (CATV) and high-speed Internet service. The transmission medium may be fiber optic, conventional cable ("copper") or satellite. Triple-play networks exist in many parts of the United States and in several other  … 
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TRIPLE PLAY SERVICES DEFINITION (continued): …  countries.Triple-play network telephone service offers standard options such as call waiting, call forwarding, caller ID (identification), call screening, selective call blocking and conference calling. The TV portion of the service includes legacy network reception, a wide choice of cable channels and a diverse selection of music channels. Other TV-related services may include messaging, interactive viewing and gaming. The key consideration in the Internet connection is adequate bandwidth, even during peak local usage hours. Nominal Internet connection speeds are 3 megabits per second (Mbps) … 
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