Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Ting Will Face Big Test in Denver, Colo. Suburb

Ting will face an important test of its abiliity to compete against the tier-one providers when it lights a gigabit network in Centennial, Colo., where both CenturyLink and Comcast already offer, or soon will offer, their own gigabit services.

It might be one thing to offer gigabit services in a smaller community where it will not have to face a tier-one provider. It will be something else again to compete against two tier-one providers, each of which already is committing to offer gigabit services.

That will be the case in Centennial, a suburban community in the southern part of the Denver metropolitan area. For that reason, it is a crucial test, not only for Ting, but all other independent gigabit providers.

No comments:

U.S. Consumers Do Not Like Their ISPs. Price is Not the Issue

With the caveat that progress in terms of speed is improving very rapidly in the U.S. market, when adjusting for purchasing power parity, ...