Broadband Data

Links allow users to make domestic calls, connect to gigabit wireless Internet service, view city maps, and contact emergency services.
?In order to fulfill its purpose of meeting the changing needs of low-income Americans, the FCC should update the program to reflect the increasing importance of the Internet,? the letter says.
The report found that there continues to be a significant urban-rural digital divide. While only four percent of urban Americans lack access to broadband with 25/3 Mbps speeds, 39 percent of Americans living in rural areas lack broadband access. In rural Tribal Lands, the statistic is even worse: 68 percent of residents lack access.
Updating Lifeline to include high-speed Internet is an important step toward fulfilling the FCC's century-old commitment to universal communications access.
Verizon refuses to offer FiOS in Co-Op City and many other New York City neighborhoods.
High-speed broadband isn?t being deployed in a ?reasonable and timely fashion,? according to Chairman Wheeler?s draft of the 2016 Broadband Progress Report.
The FCC?s fifth ?Measuring Broadband America? report is out, and it confirms what we already know: when given a choice, consumers want fast Internet service.
According to a new Pew study, home broadband subscriptions declined for the first time ever in 2015, down from 70% in 2013 to 67% this year, mainly due to monthly costs.
Lexington will be the first of five locations to get the service in the first half of 2016.