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Broadband

New York City to offer free broadband in housing projects

Monday 1 February 2016 | 08:37 CET | News
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a USD 10 million investment to deliver free broadband service to more than 16,000 people living in five public housing developments in Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens. The project will launch a pilot wireless access service for the 7,000 residents of the Qeensbridge North and South houses, the biggest public housing estate in the US.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Countries: United States
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This country deserves what we get. Just look all around and see who got voted into the offices that run this cesspool
Tony Paulinski @ 3/2/2016 - 04:22


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