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FCC grants USD 39.2 mln to New York state for the expansion of broadband to rural areas

Tuesday 16 July 2019 | 11:00 CET | News
Update: 16 July 2019 | 11:05 CET
The FCC has authorized over USD 39.2 million worth of federal funding to expand broadband to 15,442 unserved rural homes and premises in New York over the coming ten years, together with the state's New NY Broadband Program. The FCC in general said it authourized over USD 524 million in funding over the next decade to expand broadband to 205,520 unserved rural homes and businesses in 23 states, representing the third wave of support from last year's Connect America Fund Phase II auction. Providers will begin receiving funding this month, with the assumption they will build out 40 percent of

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[16/07/2019 11:05 - Update: added more financial funding figures]


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Companies: FCC
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