Wenatchee, WA (PRWEB) December 28, 2005 –
Free and ‘low-cost’ dial-up internet solutions have been around for some time. Now, there's a man claiming that people all over the world have access to a free high-speed internet connection today, and they don’t even know it.
Allan Christopher, Public Affairs Director for BB Communications, claims that free broadband internet access is not only available, but easily accessible. “Yet, the number of households that still don’t have any internet access at all would surprise a lot of people”.
According to a recent report from the U.S. Department of Commerce, About 32% of United States households have never had an internet connection of any kind. When asked, a large number of people in these households indicated that the key reason they've never been online is that it is "too expensive".
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) - be they dialup, DSL, or cable – clearly don’t want anyone to know that free high-speed internet access is readily available, for reasons most of us can understand.
“Just imagine how the large scale availability of, say, free pharmaceutical drugs might impact the bottom line of Pfizer or Merck. Not many will knowingly pay for medicine they can get for free, or anything else for that matter.”
For more information on the availability of free broadband internet access, email Allan Christopher or visit http://www.freebroadbandkit.com/web.
About BB Communications:
Since 2003, BB Communications has served the telecommunications industry with web, television, and internet marketing services.
Allan Christopher, Director of Public Affairs