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  • NinjaKlaus

    The major problem here is that in the United States those cable companies are your broadband provider, and they are using data caps and increasing prices as ways to squeeze you back into cable. As the loss of cable subscribers grows, the price on the internet will similarly climb in the future.

    • NaughtyorGneiss

      Unfortunately the same thing is happening in Canada. Luckily smaller cable providers are able to piggyback on the infrastructure of larger cable companies. Hopefully that will drive some competition in the future.

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