COMPETIFY Statement on Release of Broadband Opportunity Council Report

September 21, 2015

Today the White House has released their long awaited Broadband Opportunity Council Report. Below is a statement from COMPETIFY and our partners: “We applaud the White House for recognizing the importance of genuine competition in the broadband marketplace as a top priority in the Broadband Opportunity Council Report released earlier today. Not only does the report […]

FCC Announces Relief From Broadband Access Control is on the Horizon

September 18, 2015

Yesterday, the FCC announced plans to make industry data about the high-speed broadband access market available for public review   Below is a statement from COMPETIFY and our partners:   “There is relief on the horizon for the millions throughout the broadband economy suffering from competition loss and the effects of chronic broadband access control. By […]

COMPETIFY to AT&T: It’s Okay. Denial is the First Stage

September 11, 2015

As you may know, the Financial Times ran a story in late August that featured the President of BT Americas talking about the lack of competition in the high-speed broadband access market and its effects on prices and economic growth. AT&T posted a response as well as a blog post yesterday.  Below is a statement from COMPETIFY and our partners: […]

COMPETIFY Applauds FCC Tech Transition Vote

August 6, 2015

COMPETIFY, a diverse group of Internet advocates, trade groups, and companies, released the statement below in response to today’s FCC Tech Transition vote. Today, the FCC takes a big step in ensuring the nation’s transition to Internet protocol-based networks are as consumer and competition-friendly as possible. The Chairman and his colleagues have worked to ensure […]

Statements of Support

July 13, 2015

“Members of the Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users Committee know first hand the high price of a non-competitive broadband market. Today, the vast majority of American business locations are at the mercy of incumbent monopoly broadband providers…”

A Chronic Disease Affects Entire Information Economy

July 12, 2015

Kicking off with a full-page New York Times spread, the “Competify” campaign launched today, a diverse group urging the FCC to address the scourge of high broadband prices and anticompetitive behavior by advancing meaningful competition.