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re: FCC may redraw spectrum allocations in broadband plan
OlieV   3/20/2010 9:53:52 AM
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Moreover, this just another thing that our leaders have forgotten about how exactly far we lag behind the rest of the world is broadband internet - we're 15th in the world. South Korea has it all over the US in broadband access. To save face, the FCC has come up with a national broadband plan, that will put faster internet and phone access, as well as rural internet access at ridiculous speeds in more hands, and even save people a small amount of money every year. It will also create more jobs, and also the aim is to possess a national broadband network.



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