According to AT&T, 10 Mbps uploads ought to be enough for anybody.
In a blog post defining how AT&T is thinking about broadband for the 21st century, Joan Marsh, AT&T’s EVP of Federal Regulatory Relations, says there’s “no compelling evidence” that people need more than 50/10 Mbps or 100/20 Mbps service.
No compelling evidence. That is a remarkable quote.
Here’s the truth: the speed of information is directly equated to economic success. If you’re faster, you are more likely to win the race.
Hey, AT&T: it’s clear that you don’t want to help close the digital divide. What was that about your 5G network? We don’t need that kind of speed… do we?
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