Recently several ISPs have begun offering faster broadband rates at lower prices to regions that are served by another high rate broadband provider (usually a Fiber optic service), but leaving slower regions with the same high-price/low-bandwidth service.
Prices are not set fairly across the country. Those with the best options available are getting the best deal, while those in more remote locations, or where the local communications monopolies are unchallenged, are being price gouged for worse service with no competitive alternatives.
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