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June 9, 2022

Many West Virginians Could be Getting Internet for Less, or for Free. If They’re Not, it May be Because No One’s Told Them.

Mountain State Spotlight, Beckley Register-Herald – To have even a chance of getting a cell signal, Tabitha Wyatt used to balance her phone on her porch banister or bathroom windowsill.

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She and her family live in Russellville, an unincorporated community in Fayette County. Wyatt now relies on her internet service to make phone calls. But for a long time, she couldn’t afford it. 

It’s still not easy. She makes less than $10,000 a year from disability benefits and spends $660 a year on internet bills.

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