Have you ever had a conversation with someone who actually likes their Internet provider? Even if the service itself is relatively fine—the speeds are okay, the outages are infrequent—it’s rare to find a person who doesn’t feel frustrated by the pressure to bundle services and the paucity of providers. And that’s to say nothing of horror stories like the 18-minute recording of a Comcast rep who refused to cancel a subscriber’s service that went viral earlier this year.
netBlazr wants to change that.
Read the full article by Emily Cassel in Scout Cambridge here.