Even in densely populated areas, internet connectivity remains out of reach or unreliable for many people. Broadband is often too expensive for low-income families, and many multi-tenant dwelling units are served by only one ISP. Mobile networks in crowded urban neighborhoods may experience congestion but may not be prioritized for network upgrades. Some providers see an opportunity to offer faster broadband at lower price points via fiber overbuilds, shared fiber, FWA and/or CBRS. This panel will explore opportunities to help close the urban digital divide.
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