NACEPF, Mobile Beacon Respond to FCC’s Notice of Apparent Liability

Johnston, RI (January 7, 2021) – The North American Catholic Education Programming Foundation Inc. (NACEPF) and Mobile Beacon are astonished that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has moved forward with a Notice of Apparent Liability (NAL) alleging that NACEPF failed to meet certain educational requirements, which the FCC voted to rescind over a year ago. Among many other flaws, the NALs ignore NACEPF’s well established and proven track record of working with local schools and providing robust educational benefits both in its FCC-licensed markets and throughout the United States.  

NACEPF’s broadband service is distributed through its subsidiary, Mobile Beacon, which was formed 10 years ago for the specific purpose of making high-speed broadband available to the education and nonprofit sectors. Each of the tens of thousands of mobile broadband devices we have provided throughout the United States delivers free or low-cost unlimited, uncapped, high-speed broadband service that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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