Are tv-viewers and surfers different breeds? : broadband demand and asymmetric cross-price effects
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We consider two different qualities of broadband access, one that simply means greater access speed to Internet applications and content and a premium version that also gives access to interactive TV-centric applications. Based on a market survey we find that potential consumers of this premium broadband access do not consider basic broadband Internet access as a substitute. The price of the basic Internet-centric service does not constrain the price that may be charged for the premium TV-centric service.