2degrees unlikely to shake up landline prices, market commentators say

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By Fiona Rotherham March 23 (BusinessDesk) - 2degrees' purchase of internet service provider Snap, which gives it a foothold in the landline market, is unlikely to deliver a big shake-up in prices and it may also need to partner with a subscription video on demand service provider to be competitive, market commentators say. 2degrees chief executive Stewart Sherriff said customers had been pushing for some time for the country’ third mobile network to also offer fixed lined services and his three options were buy, build or partner. He opte...
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