Broadband is available in the area, but it's single source, meaning no competition.
By the way, I don't think you can really justify free broadband on the basis of job market access. Now, I've applied for jobs that do require online application. I even had one that required me to put the resume in PDF format. I was up all night figuring out how to get Word to do that. It can be done, if anyone is interested. Still, the jobs for which most public housing residents are qualified for don't make that a requirement. When I worked of O&G well servicing companies, applicants came in and signed a list. What they really had to have to get hired (beyond a certain amount of experience) was a telephone number, as no one was going to drive around at 6:00 a.m. looking for an address. I suppose someone could conclude that people looking for work should be furnished with free telephones and transportation.