(Washington, DC) -- High-speed internet for under 30-dollars a month.
That's the big news coming from the White House Monday. President Biden is pushing to make internet service faster and more affordable in rural areas and on tribal lands. He's worked it out with 20 of the nation's leading providers, including A-T-and-T, Comcast and Verizon.
They've all agreed to slash the cost of broadband service for millions of low-income customers.