Vermont leverages Fed funds to build gigabyte network costing only $35 a month

Vermont gets a gigabit network. And it only costs residents $35 a month
Stacey Higginbotham, gigaom.com

The tele­phone com­pa­ny that pro­vid­ed the cop­per ser­vice that in 1923 allowed Calvin Coolidge to be sworn in as Unit­ed States Pres­i­dent, at Ply­mouth Notch in Ver­mont, is trad­ing its sto­ried cop­per for fiber. VTel, a tele­phone com­pa­…

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