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said by SysOp:I don't know where you live, but here in Dallas (Population almost 3 million) I only have 3 options for internet, 2 of them are capped, and the one I'm using is un-capped for now please tell me more about how I can vote with my wallet, especially when 2 of the 3 options are owned by the same company.
I thought the consumer votes with their wallet.
My neighborhood internet choices:
Time Warner Cable
There are other "competitors" such as satellite internet, and some cell tower ISP, but neither can truly compete with 50Mbps download from TWC... Unfortunately this is how most of America is. In my last apartment my only 2 options were TWC and FiOS. If you really believe that people can vote with their wallet, I feel sorry for you from all that koolaid you're drinking...
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