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Telco Sues City For Plan To Roll Out Own Broadband

October 29th, 2009 10:43 admin

Syngularity writes ‘MaximumPC is featuring an article about one broadband provider’s decision to sue the city of Monticello, Minnesota after residents passed a referendum to roll out their own fiber optic system. TDS Telecommunications had earlier denied the city’s request for the company to provide fiber optic service. During the ensuing legal battle, which prevented the citizens from following through with their plans, TDS Telecommunications took the opportunity to roll out a fiber system.’

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