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Google To Change Internet Broadband Monopoly Forever

Google To Launch Fiber Optics Broadband By 2011 in Texas

What happens when Google loses the 700 MHz Spectrum to Verizon and AT&T because Verizon and AT&T make a secret pact to join funds in an attempt to beat out Google’s bid?

Do you think that the “FCC” Federal Communications Commission does not know that AT&T, Verizon and Comcast are trying to monopolize and weed out all the competing ISP’s on the market today? The FCC knows that AT&T, Verizon and Comcast overcharge for broadband services while also placing broadband usage and speed limit caps on their clients.

Do you think that President Obama has no idea of what is going on in the ISP world? He said that he will bring change to broadband, and he will.

Do you think that when the FCC turns over all the empty airspace to Google and Google uses it to launch analog fiber 1Gbps upload and 1Gbps download that a new broadband era will be born?

When Google launches its 1Gbps upload and 1Gbps download broadband in Texas around 2011 and it hits all the major cities like Houston, Dallas, Austin, and Fort Worth at prices from $20 per month and up, a new broadband evolution will start and the giant ISP’s will then have to lower prices and uncap their limits just to stay competitive. Google has a larger player backing the broadband kickoff which no one knows about…hmmm, I wonder who that could be?

Joe Lovrek