If you can get past the idea of living in Idaho, the small city of Ammon is offering up an innovative new way to ensure customers are happy with their current internet service providers. The city installed its own fiber network and rents it to internet service providers. The system operates as an open access network that gives its residents the ability to add — or switch — ISPs over a city-operated website in a matter of seconds. If you’re unhappy with your current ISP, you can switch over the city-operated website and it’s as simple as uninstalling and reinstalling a mobile app. Ammon city…

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