The FCC Just Authorized a $3.2 Billion Dollar Program Meant To Bring Low-Income Americans Online


The Federal Communications Commission unanimously voted late Thursday to adopt the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program—a $3.2 billion dollar initiative meant to lower the cost of internet services for the tens of millions of families struggling with connectivity during the ongoing pandemic.

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Shoshana Wodinsky