How Did The US Broadband Market Grow So Anti-Competitive?

May 3, 2016

Let’s start with a quick show of hands. Who among you hates Comcast? Is there anyone here who’s a customer of a major telecom provider and truly satisfied with their broadband service?

The American Broadband market is a mess. It’s no secret. Major ISPs like Comcast haven’t seen real competition in decades, and as a result, they pretty much do whatever they want.

Read more at: http://www.tvtechnology.com/thewire/how-did-the-us-broadband-market-grow-so-anticompetitive/6230/view


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