President Biden’s plan to invest $100 billion in broadband upgrades, especially in rural areas, can’t get here fast enough. I know firsthand just how badly needed it is.
Day-to-day, I’m used to having blazing fast Web speeds at my home office near Silicon Valley. I Even tap into that to make and receive cell calls.
But this last winter while skiing up at Heavenly Valley, I rarely had cell or web connections. Much of the mountain lies in a dead zone.
Sure, there may be Wi-Fi at the mountain lodges, but it is weak and painfully slow.
The thing is, though, for me, it was a temporary inconvenience. It’s everyday reality, though, for millions of Americans who are stuck with snail-like speed – if they can get service at all.
That’s why the president’s program is designed to have those folks join the broadband Web revolution, where e-commerce alone is worth $9 trillion.
I’ve identified an earnings powerhouse that makes some of the best Wi-Fi gear around. Not only that, it’s doubling its earnings every two years.