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FCC Ends Cable Monopolies for Apartments

superflippy (442879) writes | more than 6 years ago

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The FCC plans to end single-provider cable contracts for apartment buildings. They're doing this to increase competition and lower prices for consumers.

The FCC plans to end single-provider cable contracts for apartment buildings. They're doing this to increase competition and lower prices for consumers.

It's a nice gesture, but pretty useless from my point of view. What good does it do to allow competition when the city the apartment is in only has one cable provider? How about ending the practice of cable monopolies for entire cities?

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