|reply to telcotech6 |
Re: To: Dane Jasper, President of both the California
What, this isn't slashdot? I can't rate this -1, Troll?
The regulatory environment in most of the US -- in part created by the ILECs, and in part by their cousins at the cable companies -- doesn't allow for new local infrastructure-based networks. So if the ILECs find themselves stuck leasing wires to the CLECs, it's their own damn fault. If it weren't for the CLECs, the ILECs wouldn't provide DSL at all -- they'd still be trying to charge 0.02/minute to everyone with a modem, or at least to ISPs.