The Wall Street Journal is reporting (in what sounds like a Verizon PR piece) that there is a broadband Internet price war going on in the United States.
My question to you: do you see it?
It seems like few people in the United States have enough broadband choices for there to be any local competition for prices.
Businesses could promote something nationally that makes it sound like you’re fostering competition, yet at the same time do nothing to promote it in markets where you have no competition.
Is this lowering costs or increasing speeds for consumers? If so, where?