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Learning from the FCC’s Lifeline Broadband Pilot Projects

Learning from the FCC’s Lifeline Broadband Pilot Projects

In 2013, the Federal Communications Commission facilitated 14 experimental broadband Lifeline projects proposed by wireline and wireless broadband providers around the country. The projects tested consumer responses to a range of issues, including preferences for speed, the effects of different levels and types of discounts, and the effectiveness of different methods of outreach. In order to focus on the unconnected, participants could not have subscribed to broadband service within the past 60 days. In practice, the vast majority of them had never had broadband.

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