It is a good idea to create a blog where the people can post their ideas. But a similar thing for Germany would be nice.
In order to make high-speed Internet access/broadband more available and affordable in the United States, the process must become a federal mandate(Hoover Dam) complete with it's own department (Department of High Speed Data Transmission) and control over conversion from phone lines to Broadband. Private companies: cellular, cable, computer could bid for contracts; but Fed would oversee completion and compliance.
America has enuf infrastructure and high speed internet. If Google can make a revolutionary change in INDIA - metro and sub metro cities by offering exceptionally affordable and high speed plans, that will be a big contribution towards the country too.
Make high speed broadband available across all telephone lines and wireless services. Charge the user a flat annual nominal fee, say $25.00 dollars per phone line, to cover the cost. Have the service maintained by various telephone companies franchised in any given area overseen by the FCC or a similar government agency to insure integrity.
Perhaps the best idea to make broadband internet available to all is to not only focus on making mobile devices that can pick up internet, but mobile devices that can pick up AND broadcast internet. A synchronization of devices that are all part of one large network.
One way you can provide broadband to the entire nation is to develop technologies the allow broadband to be transmitted reliably through existing powerlines and/or phone lines. The infrastructure is already in place.
I believe high speed internet service should be a flat rate of $25.00 or less. It should be readily available like digital television. It is absolutely ridiculous to pay over $30.00 a month for internet service.Maybe providing internet service through power lines is an area that should be explored. Since, everyone has electrical power outlets.
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