WHERE DO MUNICIPAL BROADBAND NETWORKS ALREADY EXIST?

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Municipal broadband networks exist all over the world, in both urban and rural communities. Examples in Olds, Alberta and Sandy, Oregon illustrate how community-owned networks in North America can do wonders for the livelihoods of those who live there. Similar projects are even springing up thousands of miles away, in places like the Netherlands and Singapore. This map shows community-owned networks in the U.S.: https://muninetworks.org/communitymap

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