Cablevision completes first phase of WiFi buildout

Sep 04, 2008 By DEBORAH YAO , AP Business Writer

(AP) -- Cablevision Systems Corp. said Thursday it has finished the first phase of its wireless network buildout in New York and remains on track to complete the project in two years.



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