Of course I can have more than internet. I can have cable tv, phone and a sandwich too. Just joking.
I understand that you are using the term 'internet' generically, where as I am not.
In today's day and age The Internet/Internet/The Web, etc... has one specific meaning, and I am sure you know it.
Anything else is just a network until given it's own name.
e.g.: If someone tells you they found an interesting product on the Internet, and you want to look it up also; Are you going to go to an Internet2 access point or to your standard Internet access point?
Get the point?
Although there are many internets, there is only one Internet, just as there is only one Internet2.
I think the problems lies in how the original question was asked. You capitalized Internet, which may or may not have to do with the words used in spell-check being incomplete.
The problem lied in how the question was asked.
From what I have seen reported, it is that they are developing alternatives to the Internet, and even though they are internetworks or internets, they are not the Internet and would most likely have different names and different internetworking protocol.
And that doesn't open it up to more people.
Sure, it makes it easier for a business to advertise to it's own populous. I never disputed that.
But it does not open it up to more people.
If you would like to rephrase your question to pertain to Latin letters, then I have already answered your question.
I guess you didn't get the point being made.
I believe I said it will make it easier.
Or would you prefer that I said it opens up another avenue to block wholesale access by the language contained in the url.
If you do not understand that another avenue to limit access makes things easier... sorry.