Biden, Internet Providers Seek to Boost Adoption of Subsidized Broadband

WASHINGTON — Twenty internet providers, including AT&T Inc., Comcast Corp. and Verizon Communications Inc., has agreed to improve the subsidized high-speed internet plans it offers to millions of households without connections, part of the Biden administration’s effort to promote a program that created in last year’s bipartisan infrastructure law.

The moves will boost the nearly one-year-old Affordable Connections Program, which has not yet reached all of its eligible subscribers in part because many of the most essential users weren’t online in the first place. . Unbeknownst to other consumers, more than a third of countries qualify for the $30 a month discount. Analysts say that additional subscriptions will be a boon for providers.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/internet-providers-commit-to-low-income-broadband-program-under-infrastructure-law-11652086801?mod=pls_whats_news_us_business_f Biden, Internet Providers Seek to Boost Adoption of Subsidized Broadband

Edmund DeMarche

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