Would you accept free Internet @ home if it required that you pay to upgrade your power meter
This is happening in the city of Santa Clara, CA, USA. Home owners are offered free internet in exchange for upgrading their power meter to a smart meter
I wish they'd offered that here. My meter was replaced with a smart meter with no compensation.
I guess it would depend on a couple of things:
(1) How much is the smart meter. Will it benefit me overall?
(2) What type of internet service will be provided for free. There are different speeds that my internet company offers. I need at least 18 MBPS which is one of the higher speeds. If the offer was of low-grade service, I would not want it.
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