Most people don't know anyone who is currently getting "HiSpeed" internet access for nothing. In fact, most of us don't think free broadband internet access exists. So does it?
The answer is yes. Internet service providers (ISPs) don't want it to be known, and for good reason. They know that folks don't pay for anything they can get for free.
"People need to know all their options before they decide to pay for Hi-Speed internet access," says Allan Christopher, Public Affairs Director for BB Communications. "They need to know what their choices are before they decide to buy it and most people don't know that free broadband internet access is widely available today."
In fact, according to a recent report from the U.S. Department of Commerce, About 32% of United States households have never had an internet connection of any kind. When asked, a large number of people in these households indicated that the key reason they've never been online is that it is "too expensive".
Many people that are already online believe that the only way to get fast internet access for free is to illegally "hack" into a cable modem, DSL modem, or other piece of electronic equipment to somehow defeat its security measures. "That couldn't be further from the truth", Allan explains, acknowledging that this is a common misconception.
"it's about time the truth gets out there. Everyone should know about the availability of fast free internet access so they can make an informed decision about it."
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Allan Christopher is Director of Public Affairs for BB Communications, based in Wenatchee, WA USA