On May 9th, as part of funding provided under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, twenty internet providers, including AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon agreed to improve subsidized high-speed internet plans they offer to millions of unconnected households. The moves would boost the roughly year-old Affordable Connectivity Program, which has not reached all eligible subscribers, in part because many of the neediest users are not online in the first place. As part of the agreement, these leading internet providers have committed to cut their rates to $30 a month for low-income and other households that qualify.