The Federal Communications Commission and cable and computer firms announced a program Wednesday to provide low-income homes with $10 monthly broadband Internet service and $150 computers. The plan aims to solve one of the more vexing problems in the government’s quest to connect all Americans to the Internet: Even when people have the ability to subscribe to high-speed service, 100 million households don’t choose to do so.
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