Yeah. And it will continue to grow. In another decade, it will be
considered a civil right, like cable, and people who don't make
enough money to afford it will be eligible for a "lifeline" program
where it is given to them for less than the rest of us pay for
ordinary telephone service. That will be funded by a tax on the DSL,
But seriously, we are still in the pioneer days. This technology is
only a couple of decades old, and will be considered crude, primitive
and very incredibly slow in another couple of decades.