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A nationwide study released Tuesday by the Communications Workers of America labor union found that Internet connection speeds in the United States have increased little over the past year. The nation's median data download speed gained just 0.4 megabits per second, it reported. At that rate, it will take more than 100 years before the U.S. attains speeds currently found in Japan, according to the CWA. The CWA's findings are based on aggregated data culled from some 230,000 Internet users who participated in the organization's Speed Matters Speed Test.
If you don't know what you are missing, I guess you would claim to be satisfied, but that doesn't take away from the fact that we are missing out on technology because we get choked out in the last mile. How many people out there that are satisfied have 40+ inch hi def tv's that would enjoy TRUE 1080 hi def wireless streaming from say netflix or hulu?