FCC to Allocate over $300 Million to Missouri for High Speed Internet

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has awarded Missouri broadband carriers over $346 million to extend high-speed internet to rural communities presently living without it. Nearly one-third of rural Missouri still doesn't have access to high-speed internet, a commodity that has increasingly become a necessity in the past few months as people rely more and more on the internet to communicate, work, shop, get information, and even go to church. The FCC's Rural Digital Opportunity Fund made the allocations this week.
December 14, 2020 - 9:09am

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