FCC report: more than 100 million Americans do not subscribe to broadband


The latest Broadband Progress Report to Congress from the Federal  Communications Commission reveals that approximately 26 million Americans, mostly in  rural communities located in every region of the country, are denied access to the jobs and  economic opportunity made possible by broadband.  While the infrastructure of high-speed Internet is unavailable to those Americans, the FCC report  also finds that approximately one-third of Americans do not subscribe to broadband, even  when it’s available. Here to read more.

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