Plan calls for AT&T Fiber with speeds of up to 5 Gigs to help close the digital divide
Boonville, Indiana today announced a $4.4 million project with AT&T* to build its state-of-the-art fiber network to more than 4,000 customer locations throughout the city. The network is expected to be complete 18 months after a final agreement has been signed. The project is contingent upon funding approval by the city of Boonville, and a final contract between AT&T and the city.
“It’s important that the residents of Boonville have the connectivity they deserve,” said Mayor Charlie Wyatt, City of Boonville. “Building a super-fast, reliable fiber network will give them instant access to online educational, healthcare and business resources.”
AT&T has extensive experience deploying fiber-optics across Indiana. In fact, hundreds of thousands of locations in the state have access to AT&T Fiber today. AT&T is also currently working with neighboring Vanderburgh County to bring AT&T Fiber to unincorporated parts of the county later this year.
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