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How the lack of U.S. broadband competition costs you every time you use an ATM

Bill Snyder | July 15, 2015
The feeble state of broadband competition in the United States leads to costly services and even increased ATM fees. The Competify coalition wants to change the landscape, and it's petitioning the FCC for help.

Competition is equally impactful. Google fiber, a relatively cheap service that offers fast 1Gbps connections, is available in select areas, for example, and the major carriers are offering their own ultra-high speed services.

Sprint and some of the other Competify members aren't always looking out for consumers, but in this case, their interest in better access coincides with consumer interests. 

 

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