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This analysis of the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program, supported by data from the Universal Services Administrative Company, concludes that the EBB did not appear to be significantly increasing broadband adoption. The piece suggests that lack of program information, difficulty with the enrollment process, and lack of demand or availability may be impacting program enrollment.
This article advocates for states to lobby for the Affordable Connectivity Program to be sustainable beyond its initial funding. Without a sustainable federal framework, the author argues, the states will have to fill the void, which will create fiscal and political challenges.
This page provides a selection of resources related to the Emergency Broadband Benefit, including downloadable information sheets, a program overview, and helpful podcasts and webinar sessions.
A blog about the transition from the Emergency Broadband Program to the Affordable Connectivity Program. The article describes how changes will impact providers and subscribers, the new program’s benefits, and the protections to the consumers.
An article that examines the enrollment data from the Emergency Broadband Benefit to analyze how its successor, the Affordable Connectivity Program, could be used by low-income consumers. The author sees a need for adopters to use it in conjunction with Lifeline, and recommends greater outreach and a reliable funding stream.
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