Book of Broken Promises Series

 The Book of Broken Promises Series


The IRREGULATORS  want you to get the facts. “The Book of Broken Promises: $400 Billion Broadband Scandal & Free the Net” is the 3rd book in a trilogy that started in 1998, “The Book of Broken Promises” proves that few have a clue about the factual history of broadband, much less fiber optic deployments in America that customers paid for, especially the FCC.

READ MORE: DOWNLOAD SUMMARY: The case is simple: Do you have a 45 Mbps, bi-directional service to your home, paying around $40? Do you have 500+ channels and can choose any competitive service? You paid an estimated $2000 for this product even though you did not receive it and it may never be available. Do you want your money back and the companies held accountable?
READ MORE: DOWNLOAD Kushnick’s new book exposes how the Baby Bells have been ripping us off since they were born out of AT&T since 1984.” (From the Foreword by Dr. Bob Metcalfe (the inventor of Ethernet (computer networks) and Metcalfe’s law.)

The Unauthorized Biography of the Baby Bells & Info-Scandal, published in 1998, is an exposé that gives an insider’s view into the injustice of the Bells’ monopoly power in the mega-billion dollar telecommunications industry. (NOTE: The original “Baby” Bells were: Ameritech, Bell Atlantic, BellSouth, NYNEX, Pacific Telesis, Southwestern Bell, and US West.)

Unprecedented in its scope of analysis and meticulous in his documentation of the impacts of the telecom monopolies, Kushnick tightly weaves together the threads