Broadband Industry Sues New York State For Promising $15 Broadband

  • Broadband Industry Sues New York State For Promising $15 Broadband

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    To help those struggling during the pandemic, New York State has passed a new law requiring that internet service providers (ISPs) provide $15 broadband to low income state residents. But the broadband industry has quickly filed suit, claiming the state is prohibited from doing so thanks in part to Ajit Pai’s 2017 repeal of net neutrality.

    New York’s new law requires that ISPs offer low-income households a $15 broadband tier with speeds of at least 25 Mbps, including all surcharges and fees. Under the law, broadband providers can alternatively provide $20 broadband tiers at speeds of 200 Mbps, with any

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