- Broadband Bytes for 2017-02-10 https://t.co/1cXlDUSiEN ->
- Google Fiber has gone dead silent in San Antonio. That's bad. https://t.co/T0FtB93uuy ->
- Pay TV package prices are going up, up, up. https://t.co/hurfXBtO0r ->
- Sure, you can do gigabit over POTS, DOCSIS, or wireless tomorrow, but fiber does 10x that today. https://t.co/R97ucNd9Np ->
- CenturyLink could bail on their pay TV product. https://t.co/qgLZQ7eTNx ->
- More employee cutbacks at Google Fiber. https://t.co/yYRKIgN7Ta ->
- Competition spurs better access and pricing in Huntsville AL. And Google is using open-access fiber there. https://t.co/LFOLa9pLko ->
- UTOPIA's lease option just dropped from a 2 year contract to 1 year. https://t.co/oc3elSPEPb ->
- The more competitive the market, the better it is for consumers. https://t.co/MqGsU072lA ->
- How does your ISP stack up on the Netflix rankings? https://t.co/VeBgRzsLwf ->
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