From today's New York Times, discussing the recently-pulled Time Warner pricing proposal:
JCom, the largest cable company in Japan, sells service as fast as 160 megabits per second for $60 a month, only $5 a month more than its slower service.
Why so cheap? JCom faces more competition from other Internet providers than companies in the United States do.
A shame the NYT, like so many others, can't muster the same analytical candor about public "education" as it can about internet service. Still, a worthwhile article illustrating further the disingenuousness of Time-Warner.