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(KSL News) -- Some say a competitive move by the nation's largest cable provider could touch off a price war that would benefit consumers.
Comcast is offering its highspeed internet service for about 20 dollars a month in some states.
The move is an attempt to switch over customers of the competition who currently use fast web connections over traditional phone lines.
The campaign is not being run in Utah. But it definitely undercuts some of the best deals lately -- with some DSL prices dipping as low as $27 or so.