FCC Studies Show Consumers Generally Happy With Broadband OfferingsBroadband Data, FCC December 10th, 2010
WASHINGTON, December 10, 2010 – The issue of competition among broadband providers has been greatly debated. Some claim that there is a cozy duopoly between cable and DSL while others claim that there is no competition due to lack of access. While it is true that not every area has a truly competitive market, most areas do have at least a single cable and DSL provider. A recent set of white papers by the Federal Communications Commission looks at why users change their ISPs and how consumers feel about their ISPs.