New York States mandates USD 15 broadband price for low-income homes

Thursday 15 April 2021 | 17:07 CET | News
Update: 16 April 2021 | 09:17 CET
New York State has mandated a USD 15 per month broadband price for low income users, Government Technology reported. Under the newly enacted state budget, nearly all internet providers will have sell broadband service for USD 15 a month to customers who qualify for food stamps, Medicaid or similar benefits. 

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