US Broadband Rankings Continue to Slip

According to a survey by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the US has a laggard rate of broadband adoption, we pay too much for it, and we're giving up a ton of economic benefits by not having it. From a high of #4 in 2001, we've dropped to #15 out of 30 industrialized nations and pay over 10 times as much per megabit as other countries in the survey. The need for next-generation broadband is now, and I doubt we can depend on the incumbents to give it to us.

(See full study here.)

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