Friday, February 26, 2010

Americans do not have fast internet

U.S. Federal Communications Commission should play in mid-March a national plan for broadband Internet. It is the first program of its kind, which should create a strategy for improving the infrastructure of American high-speed Internet. To support this plan, the commission has a few days ago announced the results of recent research which found that about 35% of adult Americans in their homes does not have high-speed Internet. This percentage represents 80 million adult residents of the United States and 13 million children older than five years. Around a third of those who have broadband internet as the greatest obstacle to the allegations insufficient funds.

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