October 23, 2007 11:15 AM PDT

Verizon Wireless settles N.Y. probe into marketing

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Will this affect broadband providers...
...like CoNcast? They promise unlimited service too. However, they've also been known to cut off or penalize access to users who reach an undisclosed usage limit.
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Will this affect broadband providers
One can only hope so. I've spoken with the Attorney General here in utah and he's not convinced that it's fraud so won't investigate.

I guess it's hard to find people who understand what constitutes fraud these days. Unlimited means what to our Attorney General? Hell, I've done all the leg work for him and posted on the blog for everyone else. Makes you wonder what's really going on with him.

Oh well.. I'll be in the meeting tomorrow pushing for Utopia fiber to the home here. It's time we did something about our crappy Internet. It's either important or not.

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