A blogger writes: "Recent reports suggest that "bundling" multiple communications services has not emerged as the "killer app" for attracting or retaining customers. Only a small percentage of subscribers buy bundled services and many of these subs eventually abandon their bundles. Moreover, very few customers have expressed interest in relying on one company to satisfy all of their communications needs, no matter how diverse companies' offerings become. So much for the notion that mergers and the bundling capabilities of the Internet Protocol will transform cable and telephone companies immediately into invincible competitors deserving of regulation. ..." Link: Progress & Freedom Foundation.