Why Does France Have Faster, Cheaper Broadband?
According to a recent article in The New York Times, the average American family now spends about $100 a month for a “triple play” cable package delivering television, high speed Internet and IP telephone service.
Meanwhile, in France, the average family spends about $50 - and several new ISPs which have recently come onto the scene in that country are now charging as little as $35 a month for what is basically the same “triple play” package.
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