- Any money on Verizon getting away with this like they did in New Jersey? http://t.co/PmDh0KyCaU ->
- A nice bonus: attention on Comcast’s failed merger means big penalties for breaking past merger promises. http://t.co/FqDI5ibtXR ->
- Does fewer privacy lawsuits mean tech companies cleaned house? http://t.co/6AfBlKP8E4 ->
- Jumping from one exclusive distributor to another proves you don’t get cord-cutting, guys. http://t.co/ou6JN1SQhM ->
- Broadband Bytes for 2015-06-12 http://t.co/0pAXGmt5Wv ->
- If you need 10Gbps at home relatively cheap, Vermont is the place for you. http://t.co/QW0TTIBG0K ->
- The question on my mind: will TDS’ gigabit push hit St. George and Cedar City? http://t.co/uxN5Cevzd0 ->
- “Sorry, we’re all sold out of Internet. We’ll let you know when we have more.” http://t.co/7pRZCGg08D ->
- Home builders say they can’t sell houses without awesome broadband, and I need to sell my house fast so I think I’ll listen to what they say. http://t.co/IP9JqKLmSr ->
- The bigger they are, the harder they fall on competitors. http://t.co/s6xVcguvz9 ->
- Shouldn’t this problem caused by entrenched incumbents be, you know, explored a little more deeply? http://t.co/68qjQTTvEf ->
- Now you can spend more money with a company you hate: CenturyLink offers TV service in SLC. http://t.co/Zbg2MI71lK ->
- Not surprising that Netflix will up the bitrate when the bandwidth is made available. http://t.co/rv82KsPitD ->
- A visualization of how a bunch of small regional cable and satellite companies became goliaths. http://t.co/bM0Y4VUTzv ->
- A majority of consumers want gigabit right now. http://t.co/VsKr5HQlPK ->
- It’s looking a lot like Comcast’s promised 2Gbps service is just more fiber-to-the-press release. http://t.co/sQBLef4X2Q ->
- How many times can Verizon be caught not holding up their end up the bargain before someone does something? http://t.co/0BVM1hxUMj ->
- This makes sense to me. Like Verizon, AT&T would rather push customers onto high-margin wireless services. http://t.co/bKoCUVkZv4 ->
- Maybe the point of fiber-to-the-press release is to trick you into buying a faster DSL package. http://t.co/DMDNOYSlI9 ->
- Comcast buying a big cell company wouldn’t surprise me. They need one to take on AT&T and Verizon. http://t.co/cgYnM2K4XK ->
- It may be soon that you won’t need cable to get sports. http://t.co/GYOiSz7ObJ ->
- I don’t think anyone is surprised that Comcast would double down on a failing strategy. http://t.co/l52t6gIE0P ->
- Anyone want to bet that this fine is less than the money they made from the offense? http://t.co/pHyEAHllih ->
- TWC might be able to advertise 1Gbps, but I’d bet lunch they can’t deliver. http://t.co/CxdRmoNyJ8 ->
- Maybe Comcast could provide service in at least one city before announcing it in several more. http://t.co/scSKPw1eVt ->
- More Comcast speed increases could be coming. http://t.co/44CgLYgSgs ->
- Lifeline can now pay for broadband. http://t.co/l07AFZ9DQi ->
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