Because having Time-Warner and Verizon selling each other's services is a great way to make sure no more broadband infrastructure gets built.
Fortunately, in Dryden we've taken steps to add some much more local competition, and it sounds like it's slowly coming on line. However, that still doesn't make me happy to have any part of Verizon working with any part of Time-Warner Cable.
(And yes, I know that article is from May. I'm behind on everything. I found that story here.)Posted by simon at August 1, 2012 5:03 PM in New York State , tech