Friday, December 20, 2019

The End of 5G

Here’s What Actually Happened (For details, download the book.)

In 1934, the Communications Act passed which mandated that every home, office, school, and library—i.e.; everyone was entitled to phone service, and this would be done via a copper wire. And the copper wire would be part of a state utility because this would make sure that every part of a state—rural, urban and suburban locations would be served at ‘fair and just’ rates.
And by the end of the 1960’s, America had one of the best communications networks in the world, and almost every American could get phone service. Unfortunately, it was a monopoly and it was controlled by the original Ma Bell, AT&T.
AT&T was broken up in 1984, and the state utilities were divided up to be controlled by the “Regional Bell Operating Companies”, (RBOCs) what are now AT&T, Verizon and Centurylink.
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Unfortunately, America would pay over and over and over for upgrades of these state utilities, even though most of the money was diverted to help build out the companies’ other lines of business, especially 5G!  This is a short list of rate increases, failed commitments to supply broadband, or both. Each state telecom utility had variances on a the same theme: charge more for less, and get away with whatever you can.

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