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Broadband prices create confusion

A News.com reader writes that price is the single biggest reason there has not been more rapid adoption of broadband access.

     

      
    Broadband prices create confusion

    In response to the Oct. 18 column by Ben Heskett, "High-speed hijinks:"

    The biggest question I have is why broadband has not come down in price. I think price is the reason there has not been more rapid adoption of broadband access.

    It leaves me wanting EarthLink (my home/personal access provider) to lower its rate to something manageable.

    It may just be my own quirky perception of finance, but at the short-lived $39 per month I was ready to sign up, only to find a few months later the price had gone up to $49 per month. For some reason I can justify $40 bucks a month, but not $50. Thanks for listening.

    Tom A. Moberg
    St. Paul, Minn.