The FCC may be looking to increase the definition of broadband. Broadband has been loosely defined as what we need as people to survive on the Internet. The tech definision has been 25 megabit downloads, with 3 megabit uploads for 7 years. Now, this is a service level that I had years ago, and today it’s just antiquated. The new definition of broadband speeds is proposed to be upped to 100 down and 20 down. Considering I’m months away from having gigabit up and down again, I’m sure that I’m spoiled, but also aware that perhaps the proposed definition isn’t all that great either.
The U.S.’s broadband standard has not changed since 2015, but internet usage has.
Found at www.axios.com