high speed internet access
We're urging federal officials to strengthen its new broadband labels to make them more accessible and consumer friendly.
Idaho and Kentucky are among a handful of states collectively pledging hundreds of millions of dollars to improve their broadband infrastructure.
AARP is committed to making sure older Americans have access to affordable high-speed internet, no matter where they live.
Gov. Steve Sisolak recently vowed to invest half a billion dollars in federal pandemic aid into improving broadband access and connectivity in Nevada.
Broadband, or high-speed Internet, isn’t just an option, it’s a necessity. It is increasingly essential for economic opportunity, innovation, health care, and education. It is crucial for livability.
The FCC will stop telecommunications providers from striking certain exclusivity deals with landlords and property companies.
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