Broadband differentiation: the proof is in the pricing

Broadband pricing by carrierBroadband, while perhaps not ubiquitous, is market-saturated to the point that it's both accepted and demanded by the consuming public that has come to understand that speed thrills--although sometimes the price that needs to be paid for that speed kills. The ability of multiple competitive providers has led to something of a price/speed disparity among Tier 1, 2 and 3 telcos. FierceTelecom takes a deeper look at this disparity--as well as what it means to the end user--today in an analysis that can be found here.

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