Metric: 47% buy bundled telecom services

According to In-Stat, the number of Americans who buy at least two services from a single telecom rose from 33 percent last year to 47 percent in 2005. For those who do buy multiple services from a single provider, over one-third of those respondents are purchasing multiple service bundles, from two or more service providers.

For more on In-Stat's service bundle findings:
- go to this snippet from ZDNet

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