New York Ambassador Andrew Cuomo said sign the bill Requiring all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to provide $ 15 per month broadband to low-income users, such as Bloomberg they say. This will significantly reduce the cost of more than 7 million people in the 2.7 million eligible households, as the current monthly cost in government is $ 50.
ISPs are required to provide speeds of at least 25 Mbps or high-speed internet speeds if they do. In places like New York City where the speed is high, the bill pays the price of broadband speeds of more than 200 Mbps at $ 20 per month.
A rate of 25 Mbps is what the FCC has defined as Broadband since 2015, even a coalition of Senate affiliates recently asked the agency to mean as much as 100 Mbps on download and download. However, low-income families should pay less for the same job.
In addition to domestic hats, the government has set up a Cheap Broadband Portal to help people access affordable internet in their area. Cuomo also announced a partnership with former Google CEO Eric Schmidt to provide free internet access to nearly 50,000 students in economically disadvantaged schools. ISPs have 60 days to comply with the new rules.
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