FCC Now Defines Broadband As 4 Mbps

The Federal Communications Commission finally raised the definition of broadband from 200Kpbs to 4Mbps.

This is a minimum speed generally required for using today’s video-rich broadband applications and services, while retaining sufficient capacity for basic web browsing and e-mail,” the FCC said. The report also outlines states that would qualify as being “unserved” by broadband.

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