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Those who want broadband Internet but aren’t power users can now get it for free. On Wednesday FreedomPop launched its very low cost home broadband plan for those who are low-intensity users.
Whilst many commercials feature the all too subtle disclaimer, “actual results may vary,” when it comes to advertised broadband speeds consumers are getting what was promised and sometimes more.
Opinion for the information superhighway scores high, according to a new report by a Washington D.C.-based think tank, which found the broadband policy is more than acceptable to most Americans.
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