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Michigan Boost In Broadband Adoption Good For State Economy: New Report
CBS Local / 3/20/13
“We, as a team, will continue to reach out to provide business leaders, decision-makers, and residents with insight on broadband's potential as a platform for economic development and as a tool for cultivating a technology-oriented Michigan workforce.” According to a Connect Michigan survey released last week, residential broadband adoption has increased by 10 percentage points, increasing from 61 percent in 2011 to 71 percent in 2012. This increase bodes well for Michigan's economy as broadband helps ...
FairPoint Expands Broadband Internet Service in the North Country
Berlindailysun / 3/20/13
This most recent expansion makes FairPoint high-speed Internet available for the first time to many customers across Carroll, Coos, and Grafton counties – including the towns of Conway, North Conway, Franconia, Groveton, Jefferson, Gorham, Milan, Errol and Jackson. Local residents will have the ... To find out if you are eligible for FairPoint's high-speed Internet and to obtain information about prices and bundled plans, residential consumers can call 1-866-984-2001 or visit www.FairPoint.com. Tweet · Fairpoint ...
It's full speed ahead for the national broadband network
Fraser Coast Chronicle / 3/13/13
The NBN will deliver high-speed broadband internet services to homes and businesses across the hinterland, with construction expected to start in just 12 months. NBN Co's community account manager Ryan Williams said rural areas were often left behind in ...
Tennessee Broadband Adoption Rate Is Increasing
The Chattanoogan / 3/8/13
“More and more Tennesseans are recognizing the job and quality of life opportunities made possible through high-speed Internet – both at home and on the go. Grades and homework are being submitted online, business transactions are taking place ...
FreedomPop's Home Broadband Service Goes Live
Businessweek / 3/7/13
FreedomPop launched its home broadband service on Wednesday, taking the freemium model it uses for mobile data to the residential broadband market. FreedomPop is offering 1 GB free of charge to any user who signs up for service and buys its $89 home ...
FairPoint's Q4 revenue driven by broadband, Ethernet services
FierceTelecom / 3/7/13
FairPoint (Nasdaq: FRP) reported on Wednesday that revenue was $240 million, down from $242 million in Q3 2012, as gains in broadband and business-grade Ethernet were offset by ongoing declines in voice revenues and the impact of Hurricane Sandy. As seen at ... The growth of Ethernet drove up total data and Internet services revenue 13.1 percent year-over-year. In the ... A key point of Sunu's strategy will center on driving business and broadband growth to offset ongoing residential voice revenue losses.
Ribbon cutting marks rollout of broadband in Carroll County
The Free Press Standard / 3/6/13
Mark Dowd, a founding member of Agile Networks and the business development manager, said Ohio has two major assets, the Multi-Agency Radio Communications Trunking System (MARCS) towers and new fiber-grade lines that replace T-1 lines and allow for better, faster wireless connection at an affordable cost. Agile Networks ... Through these options, Agile and Cue Band will be able to deliver broadband access to over 800 homes in Carroll County which have not had access to high speed internet service.
Ohio Internet cafe backers testify at Statehouse
Houston Chronicle / 3/5/13
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Internet cafe owners and employees are fighting legislation they say would effectively put the operations out of business. Supporters packed a Statehouse hearing room Tuesday to register opposition to a proposal to impose ...
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