FCC to Propose $25 billion to Boost Internet Access in USABy Dipankar Das, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
As per the recent report by Wall Street Journal, Federal Communication Commission is going to propose $25 billion for Federal spending in order to improve the internet access for Americans. FCC is supposed to release its broadband plan by the end of the month which will bring fast internet access to 90 million Americans.
The plan is expected to create jobs as well as provides better access to educational and healthcare services. FCC will also review the competition among the broadband providers and the corresponding pricing for different providers.