There is hardly any region in the country that hasn't been touched and influenced by broadband connectivity in some shape or form. From coastal cities to small villages in Alaska, America's cable…
The Price per Megabit per Second has Gone Down 90 Percent
Over the past decade, internet speeds have increased more than 125 times over. In 2007, for instance, it took 45 minutes to download a 5 GB HD movie, and today it takes 21 seconds.
The huge increase in broadband speeds reflects the tremendous investment and upgrades to our networks in just ten short years. And because of the exponential growth in speeds, the average price per megabit has decreased a staggering 90 percent.
As infrastructure and technology advance, it becomes easier and more cost effective to provide gigabit internet. While the last decade has been incredible, we’re looking forward to where the next ten will take us.