Whooping 10 to 50 Mbps High speed Internet across the Country

US have been suffering from slow-broadband speeds over the past years compared to those in Japan and South Korea. But finally, ISPs like AT&T, Verizon, Comcast DSL internet service and others are now using fiber optic upgrades to provide a 10-50 Mbps download speed across the US. The cost may not be as competitive as those in other countries but the internet providers are trying to find ways on how to lower the cost without hurting their pockets. To give you an idea, we are looking at a price in between the range of $100 – $150 for a 20 Mbps speed a month. But, as competition heats up between wireless broadband and DSL or cable internet service, anyone can assume that it will force ISPs to lower the cost in the next few years.