Broadband Providers Revolt Against New York Law That Forces Them to Offer $15 and $20 Plans

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A coalition of broadband associations representing providers such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile sued New York on Friday over a law passed earlier this month that requires them to offer affordable internet for low-income families at rates of $15 and $20 per month beginning in mid-June. Read more...
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