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Meet The Unconventional ISPs Serving Local Neighborhoods

Law360 (March 27, 2019, 9:30 PM EDT) -- As the Federal Communications Commission looks for innovative ways to expand broadband service to neighborhoods across the country, it's increasingly looking to nontraditional internet companies for help.

In last year's Connect America Fund subsidy auction, more than a dozen wireless internet service providers netted millions of dollars in FCC support after they committed to serving pockets of rural populations.

At the time, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai praised the auction for including providers that rely on a range of broadband technologies — from fixed radio networks to satellite — alongside the more traditional fiber and wireline networks. The only technical specifications were...

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