Thursday, October 29, 2009

A Nutrition Box for Internet Service?


A Nutrition Box for Internet Service?
According to a federal probe into truth-in-billing rules for communications services, consumers are paying for broadband service that lags advertised speeds by as much as 50 percent. Consumer groups have a solution: a Nutrition Fact box for broadband. Instead of calories, carbs and fiber, the broadband box would break down data on guaranteed delivered speeds, price and length of contract.
Cecilia Kang, Washington Post


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