If you think the highway miles in Texas go on forever, try cruising the internet for just websites that are only about the Lone Star State. We have our own electric grid, why should we not have our own internet?

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For many, internet access is just as important to the home utilities as electricity and running water. Now that we have created an image of what the internet means to Texans, imagine if over a million Texans suddenly were without internet access beginning next week?

There are over one million six hundred thousand homes that are literally circling the internet drain right now, and about to lose access because the Affordable Connectivity Program expires with the month of April on Tuesday.

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Million Plus Texans That Will Now Lose Internet Next Month

I do not know how your household manages utilities and finances, but for our home of 5, the internet service and all mobile devices are locked into a single charge, and I cannot imagine what it would be like if it were all suddenly gone.

With the funding for internet access running out, that means over one million Texas homes will have to begin paying, seek a new service provider that fits their budget, or simply begin to go without.

To be honest, with the way the web can be the wild west, getting away from the internet might actually be the first step in a new type of living.

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