Will 25 Mbps Soon Be the New U.S. Definition of Broadband?

A huge chunk of the U.S. may no longer have “broadband” service soon, if a new plan by federal regulators to change the definition of high-speed access is approved. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler proposed Wednesday to increase the U.S. definition of broadband to 25 megabits per second, saying the current definition of four Mbps just doesn’t cut it anymore. […] (The proposed 25 Mbps definition would be for downloads, while the standard for upload speeds would be just three Mbps.) – Amy Schatz, Re/code
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