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Connecticut Forces Frontier To Stop Charging $7 ‘Internet Infrastructure Surcharge’;+ more notable news –

Connecticut forces Frontier to stop charging $7 ‘Internet Infrastructure Surcharge’; also agrees to spend $42.5M to expand fiber deployment, improve customer service
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