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Rural America Is Still Waiting for Fast Internet

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For decades, the Federal Communications Commission has tried to close the digital divide between cities and rural communities. In a 2020 auction, it allocated funding to a private telecom company to expand high-speed internet coverage. WSJ’s Ryan Tracy explains why one company has struggled to deliver on its big promises.

Further Reading:

Vegas Company Promised Fast Internet. Rural America Waits…and Waits. 

Why Rural Americans Keep Waiting for Fast Internet, Despite Billions Spent 

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