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Joyce Galgey 19h
Replying to @_Eddie_ @adrianweckler
Most sensible people agree. New technology is rooted in wireless, it costs less too. Over head fibre isn't robust. It's as open to the elements as phone lines and electricity cables but it can't be rejoined as quickly. We better not have storms then.
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Oak Consult Jul 9
100,000 premises signed up to Openreach Community Fibre scheme
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Comtec Direct 3h
The last school in Wales without a broadband connection finally gets superfast connectivity in time for the next school year
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MáireNíGiollaBhríde 16h
Replying to @adrianweckler
...and what’s this I was reading about the5G plan ‘Rural broadband firms deny their €400m 5G plan ‘too good to be true’. Great the Govt have this spare €3Billion
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Rep. Abigail Spanberger Jul 15
Replying to @RepSpanberger
Small farms also stand to benefit greatly from expanded access. When margins are tight & production is small, it’s crucial that farmers can use the most efficient, cost-reducing technology, promote & build a customer base online, and file claims with USDA on time.
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House Agriculture Committee Jul 15
Last week, we held a hearing on and it reinforced something we already knew – access to high speed broadband has the potential to impact millions of lives all across Rural America.
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Rural Feminist 14h
Restrictions on access are restrictions on opportunities. Thank you to for years of being on top of this issue.
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Joyce Galgey 19h
Replying to @caulmick
Rural broadband providers specifically said they wouldn't be using" 5G" and said it was highly unlikely they would need any new masts. Was Mr Weckler even watching ? And it can be done
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Bert 20h
Ferry County, WA is rural, remote, very low population/density, and has economic challenges. That does not stop their Broadband Action Team (BAT) from taking action.
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Mud Turner Jul 13
Local REC contact crew installing fiber for in my neighborhood. They installed a guy wire and use this too called a lasher to pull up the cable and wrap it tightly with wire.
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Clearfield 24h
A recent poll by found that 1 in 5 rural Americans say getting access to high-speed is a problem for their families
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The VINE Jul 8
We're seeing this need repeated consistently: and are crucial for farmers to continue to innovate and for the future of food.
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Loretta Roby 17h
FCC approves more funding to build out rural broadband
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Brian Myers Jul 16
Very important issue for many Americans both young and old. Rural America needs affordable and reliable broadband internet service now.
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RADWIN 24h
Ciao digital divide!👋🇮🇹 uses JET to spread connectivity in rural Italy. Pictured are the JET small & ultra-compact base stations. Read more here:
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Lindsay Stern Jul 11
Neela Mollgaard of tells Congress: "Broadband should be like electricity. Everyone should have it. It shouldn’t be that some have it and some don’t."
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Annette D. Hawkins Jul 11
Contact your representative about this because our schools need the use of Wi-Fi.~ FCC Approves Educational Broadband Service Order -- THE Journal
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UniverseNews.Site Jul 16
FCC gives ISPs another $563 million to build rural-broadband networks
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ZCorum Jul 16
Latest round of Alabama grants announced — ‘Will open the way’.
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ZCorum Jul 15
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