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The Emergency Broadband Benefit provides a discount of up to $50 per month toward broadband service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands.
BroadbandNow also found that broadband availability for all technologies, including DSL, fiber, cable and fixed wireless are over-reported.
Technician Brigade members will fight for local subcontractor transparency policies.
The organizations urged the FCC to extend the COVID-19 Lifeline waivers, restore Lifeline voice support, and freeze Lifeline minimum standards until a study is conducted.
Frontier commits to investing $75 million in the next three years, reduce 911 outages, and credit customers for outages lasting more than 72 hours.
As a merger commitment, the FCC has banned Charter from placing data caps on customers or charging streaming video providers interconnection fees until 2023.
Billionaire Paul Singer is the CEO of the hedge fund Elliott Management which has launched a predatory campaign to destroy AT&T.
Writers for Lovestruck, a mobile game produced by Voltage Entertainment USA, return to work after management agrees to pay increases averaging 78 percent and increased transparency at work.
The report by Common Sense and Boston Consulting Group lends important guidance and an added sense of urgency for Congress and states to address the unequal access students and teachers face.
The bill requires the New York Public Service Commission to assess and map the availability, reliability, and affordability of high-speed broadband Internet access within New York.
“You can set your watch to T-Mobile’s consistency on betraying workers,” said CWA President Chris Shelton. “Practically before the ink has dried on these commitments to the CPUC, the company is already finding a way to shirk its responsibilities.”