- Broadband Bytes for 2015-04-10 http://t.co/ZHqHGEFkq8 ->
- Despite lip service on upgrade costs, it appears that cable can up speeds with the flick of a switch. http://t.co/mbIDled77X ->
- Used car dealerships apparently have nothing on FairPoint's pricing opacity practices. http://t.co/ed9SzFJbmW ->
- Nobody wants to take the blame for rising cable rates. http://t.co/LS4hin3MKb ->
- I'm surprised that CenturyLink would confess to offering fiber-to-the-press release. http://t.co/L8uzO9I0Mo ->
- Google is right. Net neutrality does nothing to address competition, the real problem in broadband. http://t.co/Us7IlAydzz ->
- Nobody likes to talk on the phone anymore. http://t.co/6EolRqYurL ->
- In a world where up to 1 in 5 of us telecommute, every neighborhood is an office park. http://t.co/BZUl5IXcxC ->
- Your city could wait for Google Fiber forever OR… http://t.co/hTWNkC8Uc0 ->
- The game size isn't the problem. Awful US broadband is. http://t.co/J2vIquurmw ->
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