The most important, and probably the most forgotten, fact about the Internet is that it is not a humongous, singular network. ISPs need other ISPs in order to run effectively and smoothly. Groups such as Wireless Internet Service Providers Association and Internet Service Providers Association of India manifest the need fot competitive yet symbiotic connections between ISPs.
The existence of various ISPs promises people better services and, eventually, connections. T Link Broadband, one of many internet providers in San Francisco, promises and provides that standard of service.