And he wants the use of broadband access to be tax-free. He's urging Congress to slap a permanent ban on taxes for the service.
Bush will offer the proposals in an address in Minneapolis Tuesday.
The White House has released an advance summary of the speech he's giving to community college and business leaders.
Most computer users access the Internet through dial-up services, but broadband connections are faster. They cost $40 to $50 a month.
Bush has already signed into a law a two-year extension of the Internet Access Tax moratorium.