Microsoft Bringing High Speed Internet To Rural Areas

Microsoft Bringing High Speed Internet To Rural Areas

Microsoft recently announced plans to bring high speed Internet to 2 million Americans by 2022. The company is not providing the actual infrastructure, instead they’re partnering with existing providers to bring service to these areas. The first rollout will happen over the next 12 months and will affect residents in Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, New York, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.

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