When Will the Rest of Us Get Google Fiber?Google may choose to expand its service, but there’s little incentive for established players to come up to speed.
MIT Technology Review
Feb. 06, 2013
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The cable distribution giants like Time Warner Cable and Comcast are already making a 97 percent margin on their “almost comically profitable” Internet services, according to Craig Moffet, an analyst at the Wall Street firm Bernstein Research. As Levin points out, “If you are making that kind of margin, it’s hard to improve it.” And most Americans have no choice but to deal with their local cable company.