Frontier wins change to W.Va. bill on Web access, speeds

A bill in West Virginia's Senate was amended Wednesday to require providing Internet service to residents who have no such access, giving that priority over speeding up the broadband service of existing Internet users. Frontier Communications had pushed for the change in the legislation.

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