Comcast signs agreements with state of Indiana

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Comcast has entered into agreements with the Indiana Office of Community & Rural Affairs to extend its gigabit-capable broadband services to previously unserviced areas of Indiana. With the support of the Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program, Comcast and state and local governments will work together to bring fast and reliable Internet to over 10,000 households and businesses in 19 counties. This expansion effort will involve the deployment of 1,200 miles of fiber and will require an investment of $36 million from Comcast, complemented by $13.6 million from the state.
Comcast has made a considerable effort to expand its network and offerings in Indiana, investing over $500 million in the state over the past three years. This partnership is part of the company’s commitment to closing the rural digital divide in Indiana and providing residents with fast and reliable internet access.
The signing of these contracts with the state will mark the start of construction work on the expansion projects. Comcast aims to complete the fiber-to-the-home network expansion within two years.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley February 7, 2023 at 2:13 pm

There are plenty of smaller companies with better customer service track records who could have done this, companies who don’t express anti-American values at every turn, and the state hands a big pile of money to Comcast instead.

It’s almost like RINOs are running the show in Indy.


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