Short version: FCC should insist on $10 per month Internet option for all Lifeline-eligible households and $50 millon a year in marketing, most of it spent on community outreach and training.
CBE now includes groups in Winston-Salem and Kansas City as well as Cleveland, Milwaukee, Akron, Dayton, Lorain and Youngstown.
Charts included with the comments:
25 worst-connected large U.S. cities in terms of fixed household broadband subscriptions, 2014 (ACS)
Percent of households below $20,000 with no home Internet connections (including mobile) compared to higher income cohorts, CBE cities, 2014 (ACS)
Concentration of households without fixed Internet connections in high-poverty Census tracts, CBE cities, December 2013 (FCC Form 477 data)