Broadband Bytes for 2015-07-17

  • Broadband Bytes for 2015-07-10 ->
  • Just like AT&T to sell a new flavor of DSL as fiber. AT&T's 'Fiber' Expansion Possibly G.Fast DSL, Still Over-Hyped ->
  • I'll take "lack of competition" for $600, Alex. Senators ask FCC to investigate cable and broadband prices ->
  • Ripping off Aereo seems like a great plan! Comcast Starts $15 Online ‘Skinny Bundle’ Feature for Users ->
  • $1,000 and $300/mo? Pass. Comcast’s 2Gbps Internet costs $300 a month with $1,000 startup fees ->
  • Probably a good move. Because landlines are dying, VoIP providers must sell 24-hour batteries ->
  • Free fiber for the projects. Google expands free Internet service for public housing residents to all Fiber markets ->
  • Amazingly, original content is still king. Netflix Says Its Original Shows Bring In More Subscribers ->
  • Subsidizing ESPN is a lot of your cable bill. Cord Cutting Is About To Punch ESPN Squarely In The Face | Techdirt ->
  • Is Comcast making thinly-veiled shakedown threats? Comcast Candidly Admits Its High Prices Helped Create Netflix ->
  • This is basically Tor for hardware. ProxyHam’s early demise gives way to new and improved privacy devices ->
  • No word on how it's funded. White House Unveils New Plan To Get Affordable Broadband Access To Low-Income Households ->
  • Talk is cheap. Netflix Now Supports Charter Merger After ISP Promises Not To Screw Up The Internet…For A… ->
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