FCC votes to use cell phone taxes to help the poor access broadband Internet

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One of the programs under the USF, known as “Lifeline,” has historically helped the millions of Americans who qualify for Food Stamps and Medicaid pay for their cell phone services, receiving $9.25 a month in subsidies. But with the growing popularity, and indeed necessity, of the Internet, lawmakers are now extending Lifeline’s services to broadband as well. – Lulu Chang, Digital Trends http://ift.tt/1Neei7C

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