Google To Build Ultra-Fast, Consumer Broadband Networ

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    Read More Google To Build Ultra-Fast, Consumer Broadband Networks in U.S. | Epicenter | Wired.com
     
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    When do we get started?!!
     
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    Using home wi-fi is more convenient than using the fixed line...
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    Home wi-fi '30% slower' than fixed broadband
    10 March 2011 - People relying on home wi-fi are getting significantly slower speeds than from their fixed broadband connection, research suggests.
     
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    I cant wait!
     
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    But shouldn't Obama bail out the ISP's? AOL is too big to fail, right? Innocent people will lose their jobs!! Waaaaa Waaaaaaa Waaaaaaa!!!!!!!!
     
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    Granny says, How ya s'posed to surf the net if dey gonna put ya inna kiddie waves?...
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    AT&T starts capping broadband
    May 3, 2011 -- The days of all-you-can-surf broadband are vanishing. AT&T this week began capping its Internet delivery service for broadband and DSL customers. The move comes 11 months after it placed similar caps on its mobile customers.
     
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    Google is out to improve their bottom line. Period.

    This nation is in dire need of rural fiber infrastructure.
     
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    Ahh yes google is pursuing the easy money in the high density areas.
    Telcos cover the lower profit/density areas too.

    Money telcos make in urban areas help to provide reasonable cost service in rural areas.
     
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    Chew on a wheat stalk.
     
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    Good point, rural areas is where your food comes from. Remember that.
     

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