Mozilla is tired of waiting for that web page to load, too.
The makers of the popular Firefox browser on Friday are starting a fund, according to Wired, that will pay for efforts to raise Internet speeds across the country.
The Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund will shell out $300,000 in grants to projects that will use the "gigabit fiber services" available.
The super-high speed connections, which can transfer a million bits of data per second, are not widespread in America -- in fact, they're limited to places like Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Kansas City.
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Mozilla's fund will award grants to projects that promise to increase Internet speeds by 50 times, Wired reported.
The 10 grants, ranging in size from $5,000 to $10,000, is a "start" towards making sure Americans enjoy Internet as fast as others in the world.