posted on Feb, 10 2018 @ 11:41 AM
Well, I do believe in net neutrality, but I also see a need to have fast data access available for a price too. My daughter runs a business doing
hospital records online and has many employees. She needs to have great internet access available for her maybe twelve employees working there some
days. Most days she only has maybe six working at the office, others work from home. She is plagued by slow internet because of people using the
internet so much, she is willing to pay more and has the highest package she can get, but when many people are using lots of downloads, her internet
slows down considerably, she dumped the last internet provider because it was big and was worse, a sixty megabit does not always produce that rate if
lots of people are using it. But the new provider can't give her any preference, she could maybe boost the people she employs if she could get better
data through. It doesn't help to get two lines in either, it bottlenecks farther down the line.