Broadband Stats: Infrastructure Success, Past and Present | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association

Now with the recent signing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, cities, states, and local governments will soon make use of the $65 billion set aside for broadband. How successful those funds are at building new networks to unserved and underserved populations depends on which projects receive approval. Given their long track record of success, incumbent cable internet service providers (ISPs) are best suited to utilize federal funds and build reliable networks where they are most needed. Here are a few reasons why:

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