Allconnect recently partnered with Consumer Reports on their Broadband Together campaign. The initiative is asking people across the country to share their monthly internet bills — so they can find out what we’re really getting for our money and advocate for a better internet that costs less.
Allconnect is trying to help Consumer Reports reach their goal of collecting 30,000 internet bills from across the country. If you’re interested in joining the project (it only takes seven minutes) you can:
- Sign up at https://www.consumerreports.org/upload/broadband/?EXTKEY=BBA17EET1R
- Take a speed test
- Upload your internet bill
- Fill out a short survey
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Written by:Robin Layton
Editor, Broadband Content
Robin Layton is an editor with Allconnect. She works closely with the content team writers to ensure consumers get a fair and balanced reporting of the state of broadband services to help them understand the pro… Read more
Edited by:Joe Supan
Senior Writer, Broadband Content
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