News

Good News – AT&T Has a Change of Heart

I have good news. On September 5, I revealed in a blog article on the NDIA website that AT&T officials had told us they would continue to deny "Access from AT&T" discount service to many thousands of eligible low-income households living at addresses where available...

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“Access From AT&T” Not Available to 1.5 Mbps Households

AT&T has declined to make its new low-cost Internet program available to many thousands of eligible households who have the bad luck to live at an address where the company's maximum download speed for new residential accounts is below 3 mbps. Here’s the story....

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NDIA Director speaks at release of SHLB Coalition action plan

NDIA Director Angela Siefer was a panelist at the SHLB Coalition's July 13 presentation of their new action plan, Connecting Anchor Institutions: A Broadband Action Plan. The action plan is part of a larger SHLB effort, the "Grow2Gig+: Anchors Advance Communities...

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Net Inclusion Summit Draws 200 to Kansas City

More than two hundred representatives of libraries, local governments, community groups, Federal agencies and other organizations -- hailing from 28 states and the District of Columbia -- showed up at the main branch of the Kansas City Public Library last week for...

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Digital Inclusion Day

Friday, May 13th marked the inaugural celebration of National Digital Inclusion Day - a day to highlight and discuss the impact that digital access and skills can have on society, families and individuals. The NDIA, along with partners and affiliates from around the...

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