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The US is trying to make internet access more affordable. Here’s what to know.
A White House-broadband provider partnership aims to cut costs and boost speeds for American households.
Millions of US households are now part of a new affordable internet program
The Biden administration announced that 10 million households are enrolled in the Affordable Connectivity Program, but the majority of those come from a previous government initiative.
What broadband ‘nutrition labels’ could reveal about your internet provider
It will be like what you see in a grocery store, but about monthly charges, not sugars. Here's how experts say they could help—and what problems remain.
3 big tech changes to be thankful for in 2021
Can you guess what the Zuckerbergs will be talking about at Thanksgiving?
The US is making its biggest investment in broadband internet ever
The $65 billion is sorely needed. Here's what it will do.
Verizon wants to use Amazon satellites to bring broadband to rural areas
The companies are betting on yet-to-be-launched satellites to expand broadband service.
The FCC wants to know if you’re paying too much for internet access
The Commission is investigating whether landlord-service provider relationships are limiting tenant choices.
As more people work from home, internet speed requirements have become a critical issue
Millions of American students and employees lack the necessary connection.
The FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit offers millions of Americans a $50 discount on internet access
The $3.2 billion program also includes a $100 stipend for laptops, desktops, and tablets.
The FCC wants your help to get a better picture of US broadband access
The FCC speed test app tests your internet speed in order to get a better picture of broadband access across the country.