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Government Technology Video Focuses on Chattanooga Community Fiber

| Written by Christopher Mitchell | No Comments | Updated on Jul 10, 2012 The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at

Government Technology interviews some local officials in Chattanooga about its network – the nation’s first network offering 1 gigabit connections throughout the entire community. The slowest Internet connection available, 30/30 Mbps, is available in bundles that rival Comcast and AT&T in price. But the Comcast and AT&T services are pathetic in comparison – particularly when it comes to customer service.

We published an extensive case study explaining how Chattanooga EPB built its network.