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Re: Almost there, Karl.
said by FFH:No, it's selling higher and higher speed tiers without having the appropriate network and/or upgrades in place that causes congestion. Do you ever have a clue?
It isn't nonsense. Because you ignored the other theme that Karl keeps bringing up - cord cutters. The more people who end their TV service, but keep internet and start video streaming non-stop, the internet gets more jammed up and needs upgrading at the same time income goes down for the cable companies due to less TV revenue. As TV revenue goes down, the companies will charge more for internet access. And bill-by-byte is the best method to do that.