AT&T uses loophole to deny low-income internet discounts


AT&T is using a technicality to refuse its FCC-mandated “Access From AT&T” discount program to families who should qualify for it, according to the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA). In an absurd twist, the loophole is that its broadband speeds in the affected areas are too slow.

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