Governor Parson Awards Grants for Rural Broadband

This week, Governor Parson announced awards for contracts for broadband to connect up to 2,000 rural households through the emergency broadband program. This program seeks to make broadband accessible to more homes through small broadband providers across the state, bringing internet connectivity to places that previously did not have a sufficient customer base to justify the investment in the infrastructure. To find out the names of the providers receiving the grants and the areas impacted, click here

August 14, 2020 - 2:48pm
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