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Telehealth visits increased from 15 percent in 2019 to 40 percent in 2020.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program directs the FCC to reimburse eligible carriers $50 per month ($75 per month on Tribal lands) to provide discounted broadband service and $100 per eligible household reimbursement for a connected device.
CWA and The Utility Reform Network (TURN) had raised concerns about Frontier’s intention to follow through on promised investment to improve service.
On the webinar, Vice Presidents from both the San Diego Unified School Board and San Ysidro School Board shed light on how the digital divide continues to affect students during this all-virtual school year.
“I will not sit idly by and see the public monies fleeced by any company that refuses accountability,” said Mississippi PSC Commissioner Brandon Presley.
In their letters to AT&T CEO John Stankey, the elected officials laid out a set of specific recommendations to help America's economic recovery.
If approved, Verizon will become the largest US prepaid provider with about 25 million subscribers.
The outage took down several websites and Internet services including Reddit, Hulu, and Amazon Web Services.
A new poll of 1,938 individuals by the Internet Innovation Alliance finds that ninety percent of US voters support closing the digital divide through federal funds and sixty-two percent want Congress to “immediately” deploy broadband Internet to unserved areas.
Students in the Homework Gap are forced to gather in the parking lots outside schools, public libraries, and fast food restaurants in hopes of getting a wifi connection.