FCC’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge Surpasses 500 Signatures

Crown Castle has taken the FCC’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge, amongst 580 other broadband and telephone service providers. "The Keep Americans Connected Pledge is enabling American consumers across the country to have broadband connectivity in these unprecedented times," said Chairman Pai. "I’m pleased to see that more and more providers are signing on to show their commitment to their customers. And many of these companies have gone even further, offering things like free service for low-income Americans and students, the easing of data caps, and increasing broadband speeds at no cost."

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