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The FCC released a new broadband map that’s actually pretty usable

A "Save The Internet" sign hangs outside the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) headquarters ahead of a open commission meeting to vote to roll back a 2015 utility-style classification of broadband and a raft of related net neutrality rules.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released its brand new mobile broadband coverage map, which shows where people receive 4G LTE service from the nation’s four largest mobile wireless carriers: AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile, UScellular, and Verizon. The map includes eight different layers for each carrier’s broadband and voice coverage, which are all accurate as of May 15, 2021 >>> CONTINUE READING @ Mashable


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