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FCC votes on universal service for Net

The Federal Communications Commission voted today to give 50 million students and teachers up to 90 percent off their public school Net access. The FCC also approved a flat rate that will be charged on extra phone lines for homes and businesses. ISPs will also be exempt from access fees charged by phone companies to hook their customers to other networks.

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The Federal Communications Commission voted today to give 50 million students and teachers up to 90 percent off their public school Net access. The FCC also approved a flat rate that will be charged on extra phone lines for homes and businesses. ISPs will also be exempt from access fees charged by phone companies to hook their customers to other networks.

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