The U.S. is currently ranked 11th in the world in broadband penetration, and some critics of the country's progress in this area claim the "duopoly" of cable and DSL is the problem. The folks at C|Net don't seem to agree, and frankly neither do I.
Some more rural parts of the country may not have many options for broadband, but here in the Northeast, I have a choice of using DSL, Cable, Fiber-Optic-To-Home, or satellite. And prices aren't all that bad considering the speeds available.
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