Three points, both made more eloquently in the parent article:

Trevor Pierce on 2015-12-05

  1. Bandwidth is not a finite, scarce resource. Cable companies have done the sales job of the century convincing us otherwise.
  2. 300GB a month isn’t shit, frankly. I use that much and a whole lot more with streaming music, streaming TV, Dropbox, e-learning, and software upgrades.
  3. Long-term, steady gains to build out municipal fiber are a guaranteed winner. Public insurance of private, municipal investment is the way forward.