Wild Blue , good example. Wild Blue is a fringe broadband player.
Cable and DSL set the rules. They are the majority of the market.
The majority of the market does not charge by the bit, but the fringe does.
Guess thats proof enough.
No, it's not proof of anything. My *guess* is that charging by the bit really doesn't impact penetration as much as you *assume*. How many people even know what a bit is? Much less the difference between a bit and a byte? How many people read AUPs before they sign on. Etc. Questions, not assumptions.
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