They are keeping prices artificially low now, to drive out the
competition. They will raise prices once they have no competition, as
monopoly companies always have done in the past.
--- Owen DeLong <email@example.com> wrote:
Is that still true if the "adequate" service is
being provided at a price which is two to three
times what it should be costing and the provider is
enjoying the ability to do this because nobody
else is in the market space?
I'm confused. Earlier in this thread you were arguing
that the current providers were keeping priced