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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 resource offers ways in which local leaders can support enrollment in the Emergency Broadband Benefit program. The strategies include: know who qualifies for the program; know which providers participate, and what they offer; use and customize the FCC's free resources to spread the word; get information to people where they are; use trusted messengers; and be a consumer watchdog.
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.
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