Help Save Rural High Speed Internet
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has proposed radical policy changes that could degrade your Internet service.
Your cooperative needs your help. The proposed policy changes that the FCC is presenting would seriously affect BEK Communications Cooperative, and many other similar companies across America. As you are aware, degraded service in our area would mean job loss, less comprehensive health care and fewer educational opportunities...to name a few.
Our goal is to show the FCC, Congress and the Obama administration how this forthcoming FCC rule is detrimental to efforts to maintain and continue Internet network upgrades in rural communities. BEK has already begun taking steps to debate this issue with the FCC. Derrick Bulawa, BEK CEO, recently flew to Washington, D.C. to present BEK's case.
We ask that you write a letter to the FCC Chairman explaining how your BEK Internet is your lifeline in rural America. You can view other members' letters and Mr. Bulawa's first FCC presentation by clicking HERE. This may give you a good idea of how to start your letter. Then, mail your letter to: