USTelecom analyzed pricing trends for broadband service and speeds and found that entry-level broadband prices decreased 9.1% in the past year.
With limited funds to achieve universal broadband, the U.S. needs a combination of solutions responsive to local needs that can be cost-effectively deployed. Closing the gap between the digital haves and have-nots depends on it.
Funding the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program was a necessary step to help our country through these trying times by connecting struggling households with critical resources, but a permanent broadband benefit program will be key to closing the digital divide.
New Altman Solon analysis shows a surprising migration to the suburbs for small cell development. Despite large increases in development, regulatory challenges continue to limit the growth of small cell deployment in certain areas.
IIA supports the executive order’s aim of protecting consumers and promoting competition in the American economy. We do hope, however, that the Biden Administration recognizes the highly-competitive nature of the U.S. broadband industry, which has resulted in our nation having some of the fastest, most resilient networks in the world.