This link provides the missing graphics (although I can understand the appeal of the blackberry version to avoid the tons of ads in the full page). »www.huffingtonpost.com/bruce-kus···287.html
While some might place different weight on parts of Kushnick's analysis, one thing is clear: by pushing investment in wireless, and stalling or killing wireline expansion, network infrastructure falls further behind, to everyone's detriment.
His real point is that the telecoms promise one thing and deliver another, but how is that any different from the way it's been for years. Any time you have a large aggregation of resources, whether economic or political, how can you *not* have lies and half-truths?
Read the other two articles for a glimpse into the state of big telecom.