Fund could bring high-speed Internet to 200K Alabamians

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Montgomery Today
Tuesday, Jan 14, 2020
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Fund could bring high-speed Internet to 200K Alabamians
William Thornton | wthornton@al.com
Phase I funding would target a total of $16 billion to census blocks with no broadband service at all meeting the FCC's minimum speed standards.
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Mike Cason | mcason@al.com
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William Thornton | wthornton@al.com
Fund could bring high-speed Internet to 200K Alabamians
William Thornton | wthornton@al.com
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