When you go online and see how much your internet plan will cost, the next step is to compare it with the amount you will pay if you bought the same service for the same price from your local cable or satellite provider.
If you pay more, you’ll save.
But if you pay less, you may end up paying for less, which can mean you’re paying more for less.
In fact, this is a problem that some people are having to face.
In the case of the FCC, the average cost of broadband in the United States has been increasing.
The FCC estimates that average internet speeds have increased by a staggering 30 percent since the mid-2000s, and that a quarter of American homes have less than 1Mbps of broadband available.
When you compare this with the FCC’s own data, however, the data suggests that broadband adoption has actually declined since 2009.
The average monthly price of a cable TV service has gone up from $45.97 in 2009 to $49.98 in 2020, according to a recent report from research firm IHS.
And while some people may be able to afford to pay more for broadband, others might not.
A recent survey from Pew Research found that just 1 in 10 Americans can afford to buy a TV service that is capable of providing speeds of 1Gbps or more.
While the average person might have more choice than most, broadband is still a critical part of the American economy, and many consumers have limited or no choice at all.
If you’re a person who doesn’t have a cable or a satellite service, the best bet is to use a broadband plan from a company like Google Fiber or Charter, which provides speeds of at least 1Gps.