Max Fibre

Fiber and the future of music

Today’s marketplace is woefully uncompetitive, with just a few telecommunications companies controlling access to the for a majority of Americans. Where new networks are introduced, old-school providers have responded by increasing speeds and lowering prices. This is good for consumers, and great for penny-conscious musicians. Also important is the accessibility of broadband networks. Creators and other innovators must have assurances that their content will reach audiences without discrimination. More competition in the broadband marketplace means we can vote with our dollar and not be subject to the whims of telecom and cable incumbents.

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