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Register for our free webinar on the Emergency Broadband Benefit, a $3.2 billion program designed to help cover the cost of internet subscriptions for low-income households and those affected by the pandemic, April 28, 10-11am CT. #DigitalDivide  #CommDev 

Today, we announced the first slate of internet service providers accepted into its Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. Thus far approximately 319 providers offering broadband service in all 50 states, D.C., and half of U.S. territories will participate in the Program.

Breaking News: @FCC  voted to adopt an Order that establishes the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, a $3.2 billion federal initiative to provide qualifying households discounts on their internet service bills and an opportunity to receive a discount on a computer or tablet.

Last week, @FCC  unanimously voted to adopt the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, a $3.2 billion federal initiative to provide qualifying households discounts on their internet service bills & chance to receive a discount on a computer or tablet: #FCCGov 

The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program will be up and running within 60 days, but not all internet service providers will be participating in the program. Here's what you need to know:

CR's Jonathan Schwantes calls the Emergency Broadband Benefit program “the first step of many that need to be taken to make internet service more affordable for Americans.” #DigitalDivide 

The Federal Communications Commission announced Friday it has approved funds to provide internet subsidies for low-income families through the establishment of the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.

The Federal Communications Commission's $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit Program provides eligible low-income households with up to a $50 per month credit on their internet bills through their provider until the end of the pandemic.

Last year Congress directed the FCC to establish a new Emergency Broadband Benefit Program to assist families struggling to pay for internet service during the pandemic.

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This morning, the FCC announced that it's seeking partners to help with an Emergency Broadband Benefit program that will increase internet access during this pandemic. Ensuring internet access is essential to advancing civil rights and systemic equality.

Today at 10AM ET, the @FCC  will convene a virtual roundtable discussion to gather public input on how to structure the new Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. Details here: #FCCLive  #COVID19Relief 

Today Acting Chairwoman@JRosenworcelFCC  announced that she will convene a virtual roundtable discussion on February 12, to gather public input on how to structure the new Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. Details: #FCCGov 

The FCC is seeking input on the $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit Program to help low-income consumers access the Internet. Funded through recent a Congressional appropriation, the program responds to the agency’s call to Keep Americans Connected.

We've never needed broadband more. The Emergency Broadband Benefit program in the latest House relief package would make sure people who have lost jobs due to the pandemic can still be connected.

We've never needed broadband more. The Emergency Broadband Benefit program in the latest House relief package would make sure people who have lost jobs due to the pandemic can still be connected.

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