Report from Multiplayblog.com
Why does the US have the most expensive and yet the slowest broadband speeds compared to other countries around the World?  The US is paying $16 per mbps where in Korea they pay $2 per mbps, Japan $7 per mbps, Russia $7 per mbps, UK $10 per mbps?  

Broadband household penetration is approaching near 45% and hopefully this will allow the market to mature and cause some competition.  However, this is unlikely because most industries start to consolidate when they mature and within the next 3 years the US penetration will be near 75%.  Can wireless broadband like 4G, LTE or Wimax help bring some of these costs down in the future and help provide some healthy market competition?


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