Media Access Project CEO Brown asks FCC about price competition
Tyrone Brown, former FCC commissioner and the new chief executive of the Media Access Project asks how the national broadband plan addresses current consumer offerings. He said Internet service providers offer bulk services that are also tied to equipment; that drives up prices and reduces competition, he said.
How will the FCC tackle price competition?
March 25, 2010; 12:34 PM ET
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