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Re: Choice of ISP

 On Mon, 19 May 2008 09:59:01 -0400 
Jarod Wilson <[hidden email]> wrote: 

> The other beast, Comcast, has some similar packages. I think they're a 
> bit slower and a bit more expensive right now, but they were claiming at 
> CES that they were going to start offering even faster packages than 
> FiOS at some point in either late 2008 or early 2009, iirc. 
> > By the time 
> > Verizon is finished carving up the ISP market with their price fixing 
> > and monopoly rights on the last mile, nobody will be left.   
> WiMax to the rescue? (at least in major metro areas) 
> Granted, this wouldn't be the same target market as Verizon or Comcast 
> business packages, but its certainly additional competition in the 
> consumer space that neither of them should be able to block from 
> delivering service with legal finagling or dragging their feet or 
> pulling copper, etc. 

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