*Back in September, we reported on Comcast’s push to help low income households get up and running online with low cost computers and broadband access for $9.95 as a part of their deal to obtain NBC Universal.
Now the Federal Communications Commission has offered to do the same for the 100 million households that do not have access to the Internet or a computer. (more…)
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