Eligible Consumers Can Receive Pandemic Broadband Discounts

Starting on May 12, eligible consumers will be able to sign up for temporary discounts on broadband services and on the purchase of laptops, desktop computers, and tablets through the Federal Communications Commission’s $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit program.

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FCC: Thousands Of West Virginians Will Have Ultra-Fast Broadband Over Next Decade

More than 119,000 additional West Virginia homes and businesses will have access to high-speed broadband internet over a 10-year period.

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Southern W.Va. Health Care System Gets Money To Expand Telehealth

A health care system serving six southern West Virginia counties received more than $900,000 to enhance its telehealth services.Southern West Virginia…

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Federal and Private Organizations Join Forces to Improve Broadband, Cancer Care

The Federal Communications Commission and the National Cancer Institute have joined forces to increase broadband access in rural areas in hopes of…

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