If this fully goes through, i can see a few things that may happen:
1. Landline Broadband (DSL, CABLE, Fiberoptic) dropping in price to bring customers back off Wireless Networks (Verizon Wireless, Sprint, AT&T, etc)
2. Wireless Networks drop the price from $59.99 to a more reasonable price to pull more users from Landline to Wireless
3. The so-called "possible overload" of users on the wireless structure will prove to be false and the networks will be shown to support more users of constant bandwidth.
4. Landline based networks will be the next alternative to internet/broadband solutions, ie. wireless broadband will be primary.
Ive been waiting for this to come down the pipes for some time now, just my foresight on what may happen. But then again, only time will tell.
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