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FCC Public Notice Released on Lifeline Program Changes and 2018 Lifeline Budget

The FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau (WCB) released a public notice (see below) last week specifying the new standards of speed and usage allowances for Lifeline-supported services. The changes take effect December 1, 2017 and are part of requirements outlined in the 2016 Lifeline Modernization Order. Included in the FCC notice is the program’s 2018 budget for federal universal service support.

Read the Public Notice on the December 1, 2017 Changes to Lifeline

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