Will low-cost service attract more people to broadband?

Low-cost broadband comparisonTelcos and cable operators like CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) and Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) are making efforts to extend broadband to lower income residents that up till now have not been able to afford any kind of Internet connection besides dial up. At the same time, non-profit organization One Economy Corporation filed for broadband stimulus funding to support low-income broadband. FierceCable addresses the benefits and possible pitfalls of these efforts. Read more...

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