FCC Grants Limited Waivers of Broadband Subsidy Rules

By Christopher Cole (June 16, 2022, 6:26 p.m. EDT) — The Federal Communications Commission has issued a pair of limited waivers for rules covering consumer eligibility for the agency’s program for discounted broadband service.

The NTCA – The Rural Broadband Association and AT&T had requested waivers for the Affordable Connectivity Program’s tracking and non-use requirements that the trade group said would be difficult to meet in the short term.

The commission granted the waivers on Tuesday, but warned both the trade group and the mobile operator that the waivers would be limited.

The NTCA has been granted a waiver through September 15 of the requirement for small vendors serving tribal customers to track over a 30-day period…

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