FCC boosts E-rate spending

Rohde, David
May 1999
Network World;05/31/99, Vol. 16 Issue 22, p13
Trade Publication
Cites the United States Federal Communications Commission's decision to give more of the nation's school districts a chance to get discounts on network equipment and services by voting to boost spending on the E-rate program for the 1999-2000 academic year. Implications of the vote that split the commission along party lines; Service surcharges; Proposals to ease area code shortage problems.


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