Just the opposite, Title II means incumbents don’t have to worry about competition.
Tim Sylvester

Again, what do you think Title II encompasses? Because it certainly doesn’t confer a monopoly. If it did…and let’s talk about coax vs. copper for a second…folks under a mile from me (don’t ask me where, but there are VRADs in various places) wouldn’t be able to have their pick of either 100 Mbps VDSL2 or 300 Mbps cable. Folks five miles from me wouldn’t be able to choose between those two things and gigabit down, 50M up cable from an overbuilder. Note that I’m specifically omitting fiber based competitors because according to you the regulatory encumberance on copper and coax due to Title II is a heavy load.

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