Big Telecom has little interest in expanding to small towns and farmlands, so rural America is building its own solutions.
“If I can profit there, I'll profit anywhere.”
The city "put a nail in the coffin of telephone and cable monopolies."
Should we be happy that things could be worse?
Municipal internet is alive and kicking.
Sticking it to the telecom giants, even if the cities need to build it themselves.
A little bit of it, anyway.
The B4RN project has already connected 400 homes in the British countryside, and it's faster than the big guys.
When can the rest of us expect gigabit internet?