The implications of Lifeline reform

The implications of Lifeline reform

The implications of Lifeline reform

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The Federal Communications Commision's (FCC) Lifeline program was launched in 1985 with the intent to provide affordable monthly telephone service to eligible low income consumers. Specifically, the program provides discounts on wireline or wireless services to enable low income consumers to access communication networks for emergency services, connectivity to family, access to healthcare services, and to communicate to find a job.   

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