Mapping Where Americans Pay Less for Internet – Bloomberg

Posted under Cibercommunity, Technology On By James Steward

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A map showing the availability of low-cost broadband plans by state.
Courtesy of BroadbandNow

Subscriber Benefit
While efforts to address geographic disparities in US internet access have historically focused on physical infrastructure, affordability remains one of the most significant barriers.
The most basic broadband service, defined by the Federal Communications Commission as delivering download speeds of at least 25 megabits per second and upload speeds of 3 Mbps, can cost as little as $25 a month. Faster, but still affordable, options can cost up to $50. But plans at these low prices aren’t available to every household.


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