The WV Broadband Council has voted to set standards on a broadband speed in West Virginia, widely disputed by Frontier, who is saying service will be blocked to 85,000 locations.

At issue is a lack of defining what a real broadband speed is, allowing providers to sell "high speed" or "broadband" that has low performing speeds, particularly in rural areas.

Read Frontier says Internet speed change could block service to 85K homes by Eric Eyre for the Charleston Gazette

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