Americans Tell FCC Mobile Internet Can't Replace Broadband

Americans Tell FCC Mobile Internet Can't Replace BroadbandMore than 300 comments opposing a suggestion by the FCC that mobile internet could be a suitable replacement for broadband have been left on the FCC website.


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