In the United States will be free internet access in a special frequency range

Thursday, March 11, 2010

The U.S. government can allocate a special range of frequencies for free or very cheap wireless Internet access. This was reported by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is assumed that such a move will increase the availability of global network for the Americans. So far, 93 million U.S. residents do not have access to the Internet. FCC proposal to this effect is called National Broadband Plan, it will be considered next week.

Yet disclosed details about when it will be allocated these frequencies, and how this project will be implemented. Perhaps, before long he will be approved and implemented, it will take time. We only know that one aspect of this plan - the creation of Digital Literacy Corps (Corps computer literacy). This organization will be engaged in a kind of missionary activity and the promotion of information on opportunities for Internet access, in particular. population with low level of awareness on this issue.