AT&T Offers Low-Cost, Low-Income Broadband

July 9, 2015

As it continues to work toward FCC approval of its proposed DirecTV merger, AT&T has told the commission it will offer standalone broadband to low-income households for up to four years for as low as $5 per month. That is according to an FCC filing on a meeting between AT&T D.C. executives Jim Cicconi and Bob Quinn and FCC commissioner Mignon Clyburn.


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