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- Broadband Bytes for 2016-05-13 https://t.co/3OVZeahu45 ->
- The usage cap shakedown continues. https://t.co/uMCO92LAoC ->
- Your electric cooperative could also be your new ISP. https://t.co/u5obYlHnT9 ->
- I'm not sure how cable lobbyists can, with a straight face, claim competition is bad for their customers. https://t.co/7X0cXG48h4 ->
- Google Fiber is reportedly meeting its own goals. https://t.co/6YUWEAPnt5 ->
- Is it possible that better organized video content is better than true skinny bundles? I'm skeptical. https://t.co/DuMxmbeMqi ->
- Well now incumbents aren't even being sly about abandoning wired service. https://t.co/LENhqTPle9 ->
- Another city catches on: you have to make sure incumbents honor their franchise agreements. https://t.co/5NSC9CYzF4 ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2016-04-01 https://t.co/DZRL1e2ugn ->
- New GIS map shows where UTOPIA is and will be available in Layton. #utpol https://t.co/7KsrXVxifF ->
- Can better labeling and disclosure get a handle on the below-the-line fees? https://t.co/eegu4mNbqQ ->
- Wouldn't it be nice if more home developers included fiber? https://t.co/9fpGcRyrxz ->
- WiFi without solid wired broadband backing it is basically useless. https://t.co/qrgnaBVgoW ->
- Wait, you mean you shouldn't share your customer information willy-nilly? https://t.co/Z1oeQKPxLY ->
- Big incumbents are fine with public-private partnerships for fiber… as long as they're involved. https://t.co/3IxqzLgdQn ->
- We might have a case of gigabit fever, but the US average speed still isn't even broadband. https://t.co/37WAtmezBm ->
- Paid TV is becoming increasingly rare. https://t.co/9bf6VDu2PS ->
- Yet another premium network offers a streaming-only package. https://t.co/KoojVpR58X ->
- And again, giant incumbents want more government money to provide awful service. https://t.co/OXm6qrH3pA ->
- We're spending $20B more than we should on broadband because we lack competition. https://t.co/w4aQCIG47d ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2016-03-25 https://t.co/O9nTSrCKnp ->
- Monopoly gigabit might be better than none at all, but don't give up on competition. https://t.co/77H8563okz ->
- Pay for privacy, pay for no caps… what other below the line fees are coming next? https://t.co/BQyuVXLpNa ->
- Verizon gouges old people, then spends the money expanding high-margin wireless. https://t.co/nJ5YjAYZ4u ->
- ISPs in California may be required to let you cancel online. https://t.co/SePOA6ETf6 ->