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Let's Get Everyone Connected to Fiber Optic!

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We have a plan: A comprehensive, step-by-step, state-by-state plan to fix the digital divide and get everyone connected to fiber. We have uncovered hundreds of millions of dollars of lost tax revenue, and we can help state utility boards bring down consumer prices. We know what we’re looking for, where to find it, and what it means. We have the experience and know-how to succeed.

We have a team: Our core group of senior telecom experts includes analysts, forensic auditors, and lawyers who are former staffers from the FCC, state advocate and Attorneys General Office, as well as telecom auditors and consultants dedicated to making the telecoms fulfill their obligations. Read more about our team here.  


All we need is your help. Court filings, FOIA requests and the support infrastructure required to win against the telecom industry cost money. Your contributions will be used to support these efforts.

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The current pandemic has exposed the reality that America’s telecoms have failed to deliver high speed broadband as they had promised, and as telephone customers have paid for. Millions of people are without high-speed broadband, not only in rural areas, but inner cities, with low income areas hit the hardest. This is the Digital Divide


Every city and every state is looking for solutions to fix this ‘have and have not’ situation --and fund a safe, secure, fast and reliable infrastructure. Wireless companies are pushing their agenda, but unregulated Wi-Fi is no solution!


Our analysis has revealed that over many years, billions of dollars have been charged to local telephone customers to pay for the construction of a national fiber optic network. But instead of using the network to connect business and families to the internet as they had promised, the telecoms have used it instead to build out their wireless networks, which are unregulated and immensely profitable. 

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