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The Federal Communications Commission has temporarily granted the Navajo Nation use of part of the unassigned spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band to provide wireless broadband service on the reservation.

Window Rock Unified School District #8

Navajo tribal members have been asked to take a survey about internet access and cellular service on the reservation. The Farmington Daily Times reports an ad hoc group comprised of tribal government employees and technology professionals is conducting the survey.

The Federal Communications Commission is giving tribes priority access to licenses that could help establish or boost internet service in rural communities. 

Arizona Joins Antitrust Investigation Of Google

Sep 10, 2019

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich says he is part of an Executive Committee leading a nationwide antitrust investigation of tech giant Google’s business practices.

Arizona Public Service is improving the fiber optic lines that send information around its power grid. As KNAU’s Zac Ziegler reports, that could mean improved internet speeds in some of Northern Arizona’s rural areas: