The FCC has redefined the minimum requirements of broadband to 4Mbps downstream and 1Mbps upstream. That's a huge jump up from the previous minimum of 200Kbps but is fitting given our video streaming, downloading and cloud living times. As for myself, I could barely live with 4 Mbps down but then the FCC reminds me that 24 million people lack access to high speed internet, so I shut up.
FCC: "Broadband" Now Means 4 Mbps Down
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