Washington – twenty Internet providers, including AT&T Inc., Comcast Corp. and Verizon Communications Inc. has agreed to improve the subsidized high-speed Internet plans they offer to millions of non-connected families as part of the Biden administration’s efforts to publicize a program created in last year’s bipartisan infrastructure law.
These steps increase the roughly one-year affordable connectivity program, which hasn’t reached all of its eligible subscribers, in part because many of the most demanding users aren’t online. Other consumers are unaware that more than a third of the country is eligible for a $ 30-a-month discount. Additional registration would be good for suppliers, analysts say.
Biden and ISPs Seek to Increase Subsidized Broadband Utilization
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