Making broadband affordable for some

October 2011
CED;Oct2011, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the intention of Comcast Corp. to cut broadband rates for families with children who are recipients of the National School Lunch Program. It reports that 17 million American children do not have household broadband and 7.6 million belongs to low-income families according to Connected Planet. Time Warner Cable Inc. also expands the availability of its TV Essentials video tier.


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