FCC Chairman Wants Free Wireless Broadband
Aug 20, 2008, 10:36 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Federal Communications Chairman Kevin Martin recently made comments about the future of the broadband industry. Among his statements were several regarding free access to wireless broadband services. Martin said that he would like 25% of the upcoming AWS-3 spectrum, set to be auctioned next year, to be reserved for free wireless broadband. Martin is hoping to see greater adoption of broadband in rural areas in the U.S. Martin sees broadband access as a fundamental service that all Americans should enjoy.
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