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Internet in NYC is essential, but expensive, slow and segregated.

The Internet For All coalition is fighting for a publicly owned, fully-unionized municipal broadband provider to make sure every New Yorker can access education, work, and other essential services online.

Internet is essential


    of Americans used internet for their last job search


    of students say they need internet access to do their homework


    of Americans get news from digital devices

Internet access is slow, expensive and segregated

Only 46% of households living in poverty have internet access. 30% of Black households and 32% of Hispanic households lack home broadband vs. 20% of White households.