Yep, let big cable, wireless, and the ex-Bells battle it out to provide infrastructure. They are each reasonably good at that while they have each, with just very few exceptions, been positively miserable providing services. Even if Google struggles with this (not that i think they will) we should continue to see better alternatives arise that are IP based. Communications, movies, music, software applications, are all being more inexpensively delivered as services.
Potential political antics aside this should be good for both consumers and those providing the services. The networks that survive will be the ones that embrace this change.