said by djhexer:ALL irrelevant... not a single thing you said matters in context to what the OP stated.. he clearly stated ....
they didnt reduce price for the sake of reducing... it was because back then it was new technology.
I could argue the point that back then I was paying for metered dial up at 25.00 a month and overages over 200 or so houes a month now days is unlimited for 9.95.
price is dictated by demand. if they are going to have 1 GB up and down they will charge a boatload until it becomes avail to the common user and everyone has it.