FCC Ends Speculation On Broadband Speeds, Mobile Internet Access

“Broadband” Will Not Slow Down

People Need More Than Smart Phones

The Speed Of Deployment

“By the FCC’s own admission, over 24 million Americans are still without high-speed broadband access where they live. For years telecom companies and government officials have promised Americans that “soon” they will have affordable, high-speed broadband. Yet millions continue to wait, hoping that this vital connection will bring economic development and prosperity to their community.

So how can this agency now claim that broadband is being deployed to all Americans in a reasonable and timely fashion? Only by repeating the majority’s tired and debunked claims that broadband investment and innovation screeched to a halt in 2015.”

The Trickle Down Effect

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