The Federal Communications Commission says nearly 400,000 residents and small business owners in 37 states will gain access to high-speed Internet within three years as a result of the first phase of the “Connect America Fund.” Many projects will begin immediately, and all projects must be completed within three years. Next Monday, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will join Frontier Communications Chair/CEO Maggie Wilderotter, other Frontier reps, tribal officials, and business and community leaders at ribbon-cutting events celebrating the expansion of broadband services to several locations in rural California and Nevada.

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