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COMPETITION BRINGS AFFORDABILITY, HIGHER STANDARDS

Dear Source,
I don't know who the Public Services Commission asked to determine that there is a lack of demand for high speed Internet service in the Virgin Islands. I have never talked with another Internet user who did not desire high speed service. The only thing that will bring affordable service to the Virgin Islands is competition. I'm sure Innovative would like to remain the "only game in town" but that will not benefit the VI consumer, only Innovative. I encourage Choice to continue its efforts to bring the Virgin Islands up to world class standards.
Steve Marsh
St. Thomas

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