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AT&T’s $5B broadband pledge boosts FWA’s potential

A recent report from Parks Associates found 66% of customers subscribing to an FWA service from a wireless operator “consider their plans to be at a fair or good price.” This was a significantly higher sentiment than the 51% of fiber customers and 35% of cable subscribers who felt they were getting a good deal.

From the article, "AT&T’s $5B broadband pledge boosts FWA’s potential" by Dan Meyer

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