WASHINGTON (CBS) — President Joe Biden is expanding high-speed internet access for millions of American households.
A total of 20 million providers have agreed to increase speeds and effectively cap costs at $30 per month, as part of the Affordable Connectivity Program – created through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
The program benefits low-income families and is also designed to help bring in rural areas and tribal lands online.
Any household that makes 200 percent of the federal poverty level – $55,500 for a family of four in the continental U.S. – is eligible.
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