RadioBoston: Low-Speed, High-Priced Broadband

Great interview on RadioBoston with Susan Crawford who discusses how a handful of American cable companies have a stranglehold on high-speed internet service. That monopoly leads to slower speeds, higher prices, and less competition.

This discussion is one of the many reasons why netBlazr came into existence.  In our own way, we are making a stand against Comcast who is practically colluding with Verizon to divvy up the market as monopolists and charge every more for their services.  Comcast is averaging $150/mo from their customers and increase prices about 4% every year.

It doesn’t need to be that way.  Other countries have figured this out and netBlazr is going to continue to fight for consumers in Boston.