Our customers, when communicating with each other will get not 1 or 2mbs, but we will open up the pipe to them and they will have 100mbs at their disposal. Actually, I often say with tongue firmly planted in cheek that I hope that the other 49 states do outlaw what we are doing. Then I will ask them to send their technology companies to Lafayette where we will welcome them with open arms and a big pot of gumbo.
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