Think about "Triple Play" last-mile infrastructure...
The brand-new FTTH service recently connected to my house carries 175 Mbps Internet (dedicated bandwidth!!), my home telephone, and I could even include "Cable" TV too if I wished. All this is carried along one fibre, reportedly shared with up to 16 other houses. This is called the 'Triple Play' (Internet, Phone, Television). What's slightly different about this FTTH versus Cable TV's 'Triple Play' is that the fibre carries IP data at several Gbps, and this data includes VOIP phone service (from the old friendly Bell-derived telco), VOD mimicking Cable TV, and Internet. It's the local telco using "the Internet" to deliver prioritized and dedicated services for money.
Obviously the telco owns the fibre (they just invested millions to install it), and they can do with it what they wish (for example, offering the 'Triple Play'). They can even - gasp - make use of Internet Protocol while going about their daily business. That is obviously A Very Good Thing.
Akamai, Facebook and/or Netflix could install servers in my ISP nearby Central Office, and those tenants would have to pay the telco rent. That is also obviously A Very Good Thing.
Follow the logic and see where it takes you. Take as much time as you need... I consider this to be very, very obvious. Apparently it isn't to some; perhaps because they don't have the FTTH Triple Play so-recently installed.