Reuters reports that the FCC's national broadband plan is set to be unveiled on March 17 to Congress. The plan hopes to bring affordable and fast broadband internet access to the 90 million Americans who lack service today.
Last week, the FCC announced that it is aiming for nationwide broadband speeds of 100Mbps
That would be nice, however the ISP's are saying they can't get those speeds in the next 10 years. MY question to them is WHY NOT?
We shall see!