The Broadband Investment and Consumer Choice Act are about bringing free-market forces to bear so consumers can choose the best products at the best prices. It is a whole new world in communications. Advances in technology have left the 1996 Telecommunications Act behind. This legislation will transition from a world of stifling government-managed competition to a consumer-controlled marketplace. This paper addresses the concern by implementing a set of federal consumer protection measures to ensure that consumers get high-quality service from all providers.