The Biden administration is capping the cost of internet for low-income Americans

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Twenty internet providers, including companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon, have committed to the the Affordable Connectivity Program, which will provide plans for no more than $30 for low-income Americans. boonchai wedmakawand/Getty Images

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The Biden administration says it will partner with internet providers to lower the cost of high-speed internet plans for low-income Americans, the White House announced Monday.

The Affordable Connectivity Program will provide plans of at least 100 Megabits per second of speed for no more than $30. An

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