Regulators push to improve communication services in rural communities

Associated Press |  Mobile & Wireless

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is exploring ways to deliver modern communications networks to poor and isolated areas of the United States, such as Appalachia, the Mississippi Delta, and Native American communities. Part of the project involves considerations of converting disused grain silos and other such structures into antennas for high-speed wireless Internet access. Could a rural tech boom be on the horizon?

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