Campaign: Broadband Consumer Context

Broadband speeds

why is the U.S. behind on broadband speed of mere 10-15 mbps? we should be competing with Korea Japan and Frank with 50-100+ mbps! and at low costs!!!

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Hands off the internet, big brother.

It is NOT government's job to take over the internet, and government should in no way be involved in creating the infrastructure. Keep out of it private enterprise always does a much better job. And yes, I know the history of it and how it was created (it wasn't AlGore). But government should stay out of the way and keep their greedy hands OFF!

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Broadband Plan and Accessibility

Please consider designing the national broadband plan so it is accessible to people with all disabilities, including someone like me with a severe hearing disability. We require captioning of all videos and video type material. People with visual disabilities need JAWS or WindowEyes. Other disabilities have specific requirements, too. I suggest that companies working on expanding the national broadband system be ...more »

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Broadband service including Mobile Phone Service with Signal Traveling Bare Minimum

There is a technology that can service communities with BroadBand Service that includes i) Land Telephone ii) Internet Service iii) Television Service iv) Mobile Phone Service v) Home network on the go. vi) Two-way radio with Video and document transfer features. And all other teleshopping features that could include ...more »

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FREEE BROADBAND W/O THE GOV'T

Most of these comments are good, real good, but I kinda get a little worried when the gov't decides to give a helping hand to a system. There should be free broadband internet for everybody regardless of income. It is getting so that people actually need the internet and have trouble getting it even when they are paying anywhere from $40 to $100 a month!!! This why I believe the broadband internet should be free to ...more »

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Change deceptive "Mbps" to the industry standard "MBps".

Most people do not know the difference. The former is Megabits per second, the latter is Megabytes per second. 1Mbps is 8 times slower than 1MBps. For quite some time now, the byte has been the standard for measurement in computing. It's quite deceptive to consumers to advertise with a non-standard form of measurement that most people don't even know there is a difference. It gets confusing to me sometimes. If I need ...more »

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