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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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