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Young African American connecting to broadband

 Connecting All Communities to the Internet 

 

The digital divide is real,

with too many low-income communities left without high-speed broadband.

It’s time for Congress to act and provide a long-term broadband subsidy to ensure that low-income communities are not left behind and have the resources that they need to take full advantage of the opportunities that are available on the internet.

Low-income American veterine conncted to internet on his computer
Elderly woman connecting to the internet on her phone
Native American on reservation unable to connect to the internet

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Broadband Equity for All:

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Our members stand ready to work collaboratively with policymakers to ensure low-income communities are not left on the wrong side of the digital divide.

We believe a long-term low-income broadband subsidy will help guarantee the educational benefits and economic prosperity that comes with the ability to get online. This is an equity and inclusion issue. Everyone, no matter where they live or how much money they make, should be able to enjoy the benefits that come with having broadband.