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Sonic.Net goes on the ISP offensive

Sonic.net, a Bay Area ISP, has a service package and ethos that could disrupt the broadband market. Today it's brand of disruption is limited to California, but Dane Jasper, the company's CEO, says that Sonic.net plans to expand outside California.
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