2019 Code of Alabama
Title 41 - State Government.
Chapter 23 - Department of Economic and Community Affairs.
Article 13 - Alabama Broadband Accessability Act.
Section 41-23-212 - Definitions.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 41-23-212 (2019)
Section 41-23-212Definitions.

For the purposes of this article, the following words have the following meanings:

(1) ADECA. The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.

(2) MINIMUM SERVICE THRESHOLD. A connection to the Internet that provides capacity for transmission at an average speed per customer of at least 10 megabits (10 Mbps) per second downstream and at least one megabits (1 Mbps) per second upstream.

(3) RURAL AREA. Any area within this state not included within the boundaries of any incorporated city or town having a population in excess of 25,000 inhabitants, according to the last federal census.

(4) UNSERVED AREA. Any rural area in which there is not at least one provider of terrestrial broadband service that is either: (1) offering a connection to the Internet meeting the minimum service threshold; or (2) is required, under the terms of the Federal Universal Service Fund or other federal or state grant, to provide a connection to the Internet at speeds meeting the minimum service threshold by March 28, 2023.

(Act 2018-395, §3.)
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