Originally published in Technical.ly Baltimore. Read the full article.

“Johns Hopkins University has released a report that estimates how much it will cost to bring high speed internet access to the 40% of Baltimore residents without it… The report estimates that to service these individual households without internet service at an estimated cost per household per month ranging from $20 to $40, the necessary annual subsidy would range from $23 million to $46 million. It would also cost between $3.5 to $7.5 million to provide devices to households without them, and $21.5 million to provide internet to 200 anchor institutions and 7,000 public housing units.”

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