Looking ahead to 2019, and Ovum predicts the same countries will occupy the top four places. However, Europe will perform better, with the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden joining Norway, which is expected to rise from 10th to sixth. The U.S. is expected to fall out of the top 10 altogether. (via Asia outranks Europe in Ovum broadband index)

So, is the FCC thinking about the future of our economic ability to compete, or just responding to the money pressure from the existing service providers. This service is too important to be left to business.

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