By Mario H. Lopez – The OECD’s deceptive analysis naturally leads to spurious conclusions for aggressive regulation targeting telecommunication providers, but which in the end would hurt consumers more.
Increasing broadband adoption is not only a question of providing access, but making it reliable and cost effective. This is particularly important in rural and developing areas, where mobile broadband has the most potential to benefit communities economically and socially. Capping pricing structures, hindering profit and business expansion will limit the capacity for operators to expand coverage and improve services, making broadband access cost-prohibitive for millions of people. more> http://tinyurl.com/b4jtlho
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