Who are they targeting for this "tax incentive"?

As quoted from the article:

"To be eligible for the credits, Internet access providers would be required to make an investment that is reasonably calculated by the Department of Commerce to increase broadband Internet availability in areas of the state not served by an Internet access provider. Communications providers that deploy broadband services in underserved communities would receive a state sales and use-tax exemption of up to 5.5 percent for three years, or 16.5 percent overall. Providers would have to make about $150 million in equipment investments in order to collect the full amount of the credit."

Full Article link below;

Dawn DiPietro

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