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More proof that without competition U.S. broadband costs more and delivers less

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The fastest, cheapest broadband in the world can be found in South Korea, with a triple play bundle that costs the equivalent of $36.31 and delivers gigabit speeds. This data is from the 2013 Cost of Connectivity report out today from the New America Foundation.The report, now in its second year, attempts to compare U.S. broadband offerings to the rest of the world. It found that once again, that based on speed U.S. broadband is more expensive than many other cities. If that feels like a somewhat weak and obvious conclusion, it’s because the variables associated with pricing broadband are many.One must take into account speed, price, service

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28 Oct
FierceWireless @FierceWireless
RT @gigaom: More proof that without competition U.S. broadband costs more and delivers less http://t.co/eWTT5AYVg2
28 Oct
Steve Crowley @StevenJCrowley
RT @DarrinMylet: More proof that without competition U.S. broadband costs more and delivers less http://t.co/xwd6F2NObP via @gigaom