Last week I wrote about Minnesota Broadband Coalition’s cool tool that helps determine the price of broadband by speed (bit) and data usage (byte). Here’s a quick visual reminder:
Today Jim Hickle from Gigabit Minnesota sent me info on their numbers:
I think Jim had a good idea of sharing the info. I want to invite other providers to do the same. The Coalition has a broadband cost analysis spreadsheet that you can use to calculate the unit cost of your broadband. Email it to me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Or complete this form with the info you have. I’ll compile all submissions and we can share a more complete picture of comparative broadband pricing.