JAMESTOWN (AP) — It took about 10 years for two North Dakota telecom cooperatives to plan and build a 10,000-square mile broadband network billed as the largest fiber-optic Internet service in North America.
In an era bursting with technology, some area rural residents are still without such luxuries, but after Consolidated Telecom officially announced its plans for federal funding during a presentation in Dickinson Wednesday morning, slow Internet speeds will be a thing of the past.
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