With everyone facing a global pandemic and citywide lockdowns, millions of shops, restaurants, fitness centers, houses of worship, schools, and universities have shut down. What has emerged, however, are millions of workers reliant on their internet services to telework, teleconference, and conduct business communications and commercial transactions. Consumers are signing up for exercise webinars and religious services, patients are using telemedicine services, and millions of students are connected online each day for their classes.
Now, wireless broadband is important as ever. You can read this op-ed on spectrum policy at the Morning Consult.