A Harvard study of 27 community-owned municipal broadband networks in the US

This is a comparison of value for subscribers with the commercial competition in areas
underserved by telcos and cable companies.


Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society’s report on
“Community-Owned Fiber Networks: Value Leaders in America, Pricing Review
Shows They Provide Least-Expensive Local Broadband”. The examination of
advertised prices demonstrated that community-owned fiber-to-the-home (FTTH)
networks in the United States generally charge less for entry-level broadband
service than do competing private providers, and don’t use initial low “teaser”
rates that sharply rise months later.


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