UGA, DOJ study how much consumers would pay for Internet

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ISPs are split over the best method of dealing with increasing demand and limited bandwidth.

How much would you pay to use the Internet in the future?

That’s what The University of Georgia researchers and the U.S. Department of Justice aim to find out with a $530,000 grant over three years from the National Science Foundation and CableLabs.

John Turner and Jonathan Williams from the department of economics at UGA’s Terry College of Business and Aviv Nevo, of Northwestern University and the chief economist at the DOJ, will use the grants to collect and analyze data from more than 1…Read More

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