Connecting the Unconnected or under-connected (CTU) is the holy grail of transforming the lives of over 3 billion people around the globe with wireless Internet who are yet to experience its value in multiple ways. B5G leading to 6G is being discussed for societal impact to benefit all. IEEE Future Networks CTU Working Group endeavors to highlight the need to consider the CTU requirements in 5G and B5G networks in the standardization process, in the development of the use cases, and affordable solutions. This webinar presents the scope of the CTU WG, provides a brief overview of the relevant stakeholders and linkages between them, and then goes into the current status of the CTU landscape and where we want to reach to accomplish the vision of connecting everybody, especially those living in rural and remote areas. We present the various standards and industry fora and how they are interlinked. While technologies are available today, they need to be customized and optimized at the systems level to bring down the cost of the network to be affordable. In addition, the content needs to be relevant, in local languages, and user interface simple and intuitive. In this talk, we also touch upon a number of technology gaps to be filled in 5G and B5G networks, such that access is affordable and content and services are actually consumed by the target set of users. Technology aside, need to develop innovative business models is a must to be commercially sustainable in the long-term. A number of such models are discussed. Finally, we present the details of the ongoing global CTU competition and Summit launched by the Future Networks Initiative to motivate and commercialize the best concepts and solutions for potential deployment that will also be commercially sustainable. This CTU summit is scheduled to take place during November 3, 4, and 5, 2021.