It is a lack of federal policy. Every nation that has a federal policy on telecom/BB/internet has strong penetration and competition - and cheaper rates. Granted there are lots of debates about why some countries are cheaper, and have more users, but the fact remains that the FCC has failed - FAILED - in its charge of ensuring competition and upholding the Telecom Act of 1996. Heck, they don't even enforce merger requirements nor spectrum purchase requirements.

Without a clear plan, laser focus, and habitual execution, you usually have failure.

- Peter


Mark Koskenmaki wrote:

I can't believe that someone would be dumb enough to write this...  The
biggest problem is a lack of FEDERAL POLICY????

Oh, please.   Spare us the insane idiocy...

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