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FCC To Give Rural Broadband Providers $1.7 Billion

The Federal Communications Commission will give broadband providers $1.7 billion to expand Web service at speeds of at least 10 Mbps to rural portions of the country. Incumbent telecoms will have 120 days to apply for funding; if the local telecoms don't apply, cable companies will be able to seek the funds.

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