- Comcast (CMCSA +1.5%) says it will extend broadband access to poorer regions that it offers under its Internet Essentials program for an indefinite period.
- The company offers broadband services for as low as $9.95 to qualifying families.
- The development comes with Comcast trying to convince federal regulators to approve its deal to buy Time Warner Cable amid criticism it would raise rates for digital services.
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