Ben Brooks unleashes his rage over ISP geographical strangleholds:
I don’t live in a small city, or in a rural state. I live in a large, well known, city and I only have one option for high-speed Internet. All this while I have four options for cellphone service and hundreds of pizza options, and can have groceries with fresh produce and frozen goods delivered to my door, but just one option for Internet service.
Roger that. This is becoming an increasing problem everywhere as bandwidth caps and price increases start putting consumers in very tough positions. We all know that competition is the only thing that can prevent consumers from being screwed over, so this needs to be corrected fast.