Boston uses stimulus funds to expand broadband access

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August 25, 2010, 7:24 am
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(NECN) - Stimulus money is helping more people connect to the Internet in Boston.

The $2 million dollar project will put more computers in computing centers, public housing developments, and libraries throughout the city.

When finished, the computers will allow nearly 18,000 people a week to access broadband Internet.

That's a 40% increase in service.

Tags: Boston, stimulus, Internet , broadband, libraries
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