Erie veteran speaks on what vets stand to lose if Affordable Connectivity Program ends

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“A pandemic-based program that helps veterans stay connected to family and friends as well as vital services is coming to an end. That’s because the program’s funding has dried up. Unless Congress acts quickly with more funding, the Affordable Connectivity Program will have to wind down operations. The FCC is warning if the Affordable Connectivity Program for veterans isn’t funded by Congress over 23 million households will lose valuable services. The program has provided free or discounted cell phone service, internet and cable connectivity to veterans throughout the country.”

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