• FOX23 Investigates: Slow internet access and taxpayer money

    By: Clay Loney


    Quick Facts:

    • Taxpayer money is used to expand and improve internet access, primarily in rural areas across the country.
    • Some in Congress are concerned the money is being wasted, amid widespread complaints of internet speed promised, but not delivered.
    • Lawmakers on both sides agree this is a critical issue because bridging the internet divide is key to creating jobs and business opportunities in Oklahoma and nationwide.
    • FOX23’s Clay Loney is taking a closer look at the issues and what’s being done about it.
    • WATCH his full report above.

    More information:

    What is the FCC's Connect America fund? CLICK HERE FOR ANSWERS

    How much speed do you need to do what you want online? HERE YOU GO.

    Want to file a complaint about your internet service provider? CLICK HERE


    Full interview with FCC chairman Ajit Pai. 

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