Hopefully this turns out to help more people than it hurts. I hope the cable companies don't start out at this price then just raise them for no reason
i wonder how much this will actually cost. not for those who are on it but for those who are not on the program.
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Agreed...nothing in life is free.
So it's finally happened. I thought it'd be going through the government but I guess cable companies still have a part to play...
In any case, whether or not this is a benefit depend on the cable company. You can have the greatest company in the world with few outages, great customer support and limited monitor or you can have the worst possible service with horrible customer service, tons of outages and heavy restrictions... Though I don't know if the FCC required providers not to have restrictions or not.
Though this is one step in the right direction for Internet for all Americans, I still feel like the cable companies need to wake up and start doing things better. I mean you shouldn't have to hope that your service will be good for what you're getting out of it if you're on the program.
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I will be informing the principal of my school of this program. Hopefully we can get the information out and those families that qualify will be able to get online.
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