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+ - Lafayette, public fiber vs private fiber->

Submitted by Ponyegg
Ponyegg (866243) writes "Ars Technica is reporting that Lafayette's fiber network is up and running despite cable & telco lawsuits

"Lafayette, Louisiana has one of the largest and most successful fiber deployments in the country. Right now, residents can pick up a 50Mbps symmetrical connection for only $57.95 a month. In most cases, the prices are at least 20 percent less than phone and cable companies, and every subscriber gets 100Mbps access within the city's network. Street-level deployment should be complete by July 2010, nine months ahead of schedule.".

When big business fails to supply the demands of the market who should step in in it's place?"

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