The Verizon-Cable Deal Would End Competition and Incentives to Innovate
Competition was supposed to make broadband more affordable. Having the largest wireless provider and the largest cable companies repackage each other's products simply won't do that. [i]I can almost smell a number of Politco?s hands being greased on this one? -- Ed.[/i] There is a growing divide in the United States between the people who can afford top-notch Internet access and those who cannot. The best way to close that gap is with more competition. But we're moving in the opposite direction.