March 4, 2005

Telco's have failed US on Broadband


Broadband is the perfect example. The private market has failed the US so far. At the beginning, we led the world in broadband deployment. But by 2004, we ranked an embarrassing 13th. There are many places, like Philadelphia, where service is lacking. And there are many places, like San Francisco, where competition is lacking. The result of the duopoly that currently defines "competition" is that prices and service suck. We're the world's leader in Internet technology - except that we're not.

Posted by James Zellmer at March 4, 2005 12:01 AM | Subscribe to this site via RSS:
Posted to Broadband