Well, I dont know how you can be worried about "Any" place, because we already know that google is willing to do big cities. Google is not looking to lose money either, so I would bet other large companies would be willing to invest in low hanging fruit aka large dense cities. But, we dont live in a world where ISPs dont exist so its not like deregulation would end service. I think your point is that the investment cost might be too high for a company who wants to open itself into a new market. I just dont understand that fear, because if there are profits, then companies will find a way to get to that profit.No, I'm not worried about any place getting or not getting service, really.
I'm saying that current market conditions prevent effective competition due to large barriers to entry and entrenched incumbents.
I mean, we dont subsidize restaurants to feed people, because the market has figured out ways to see demand, and invest and not lose money. Some do, but most dont. The scale is different sure, but the analogy is there.