The New York Attorney General’s Office sent letters to Time Warner Cable, Verizon Communications and Cablevision asking why some customers experience reduced download speeds.
The New York Attorney General’s Office sent letters to Time Warner Cable, Verizon Communications and Cablevision asking why some customers experience reduced download speeds. Mark Lennihan Associated Press file
The New York Attorney General’s Office sent letters to Time Warner Cable, Verizon Communications and Cablevision asking why some customers experience reduced download speeds. Mark Lennihan Associated Press file

David Lazarus: Americans are paying more for broadband speed but getting less

October 31, 2015 04:30 AM