The Verge: A program for cheaper internet for low-income Americans launches today

The Verge: A program for cheaper internet for low-income Americans launches today. “Households can apply to take up to $30 a month off their internet service bill. For households on qualifying Tribal lands, the discount is up to $75 per month. The program could help to connect millions of people to the internet who haven’t had access to it at home, especially in communities that have historically faced more barriers to getting online.”

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