- 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 ->
Broadband Bytes for 2015-04-17
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“Google is right. Net neutrality does nothing to address competition, the real problem in broadband.”
Word is the orchard next to me has been sold for development and conduit for future fiber install is planned to be laid in the utility easement. Fiber may have just gotten a lot closer to my lot. In a year or two I may have two viable providers compared to only one today.