Thursday, June 23, 2011

Your broadband provider may start pay-as-you-go pricing

"It's not necessarily the easiest thing to see how many gigabytes you've used," said Kurt Scherf, principal analyst with the Parks Associates research firm, who believes capped plans will become commonplace in two years.

From the article, "Your broadband provider may start pay-as-you-go-pricing" by Richard Mullins

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