- Broadband Bytes for 2016-10-14 https://t.co/wqf6WzSPN0 ->
- Incumbents are redlining? Say it ain't so! https://t.co/lWsk5kyDfu ->
- Not mentioned: you can do the same speeds over 100m of Cat6 too. https://t.co/4RGtAp8Zpl ->
- Google Fiber is free at some public housing in SLC. https://t.co/xWahdwoqfn ->
- Maybe this is why so many people stopped paying for something they can get for free with an antenna. https://t.co/1O9I8P1Plz ->
- Killing copper good. But killing competition? Bad. https://t.co/EOzs6XvCJY ->
- 1Gbps now is table stakes tomorrow. https://t.co/4OzTiVRmkt ->
- Verizon and Comcast already have massive vertical monopolies. AT&T wants in on that action. https://t.co/ZrtzqCLNXk ->
- As if we needed more evidence that open access networks are good for consumers. https://t.co/EgK2v12iBz ->
- Someone has finally had enough of Comcast's sneaky fees. https://t.co/D8iI5ENlYG ->
- Gigabit fiber increases home values and GDP, but not your bill. https://t.co/7ctndeFUdZ ->
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