One Economy sparks broadband growth in low-income housing

People in low-income housing may get another resource to help them get on their feet thanks to a global nonprofit called One Economy, which has been providing free broadband access and computer training to people in low-income housing in major metropolitan areas across the country. In this fourth installment in a series about wireless broadband deployments, FierceBroadbandWireless takes a look at the program, which aims to help people get better economic footing by providing them with home Internet access. Special feature

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