The Internet Master Plan is a new vision for broadband infrastructure and service in New York City.
The NYC Internet Master Plan frames the City's goals for the next generation of internet technology, identifies the partnerships and infrastructure required, and sets a course for ending the digital divide in New York City. Achieving universal broadband will require lower-cost options for home and mobile service as well as no-cost access at computer centers, in public spaces, and through wireless corridors.
With this plan, NYC can stay economically competitive and build a digitally inclusive city.
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