Consumers Losing Interest In High Speed Internet?
from the and-so-it-goes dept
Just as it was looking like high speed internet connections were finally taking off, a new study has come out saying that the adoption rate is likely to slow down. It turns out that many people are quite satisfied with dialup, while plenty of others say cable modems and DSL still aren’t available where they live. I wish there was more of an explanation as to why dialup users didn’t want broadband. My guess is the price is still too high for many people, who don’t see why it’s worth it. Update: More data on this study shows that it often depends on what people use the internet for that determines whether or not they want to move up from dialup. Not surprising.