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Yep. $20 says that 24 months from now you still won't need 300M for 99% of web sites. Of course, that's mostly because there will still be people who can't get 50M at that point.
said by iansltx:I'll go a step farther and say that over 90% of the population won't have a need for 100 Mbps by the year 2020.
Yep. $20 says that 24 months from now you still won't need 300M for 99% of web sites.
In other words, I'm saying that I believe less than 10% of the population will have any real need for even 100 megs for at least 8 more years.
it kinda sucks when things go good for awhile then they just peter out. Seriously, what stopped the growth of broadband?
Cable and Teleco greed with a splash of incompetent government representation is what stopped broadband.