The ever rising cost of Internet

Cord-cutting is rapidly increasing, with the cable companies losing millions of TV subscribers. But just switching to streaming video is producing more of the same. I'm reading more and more articles about the cost of Internet service creeping up with the same $5 increase year over year that we saw with the TV packages. And the streaming services are also hiking prices.

Part of the solution is the open access business model, where Internet users connected with fiber can choose from several (at least two) Internet providers--competition brings prices down and can improve customer service.

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